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Rachel and Steve Left Chick-less After Eagle Raids Nest
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Rachel and Steve Left Chick-less After Eagle Raids Nest

In almost the blink of an eye, the predator snatched up both Osprey chicks (video).

Double Trouble
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Double Trouble

Two Ospreys chicks are out of their shells and are ready to eat, eat, and eat some more.

Spying on Puffins
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Spying on Puffins

The coast of Maine is alive with seabirds—see for yourself.

Excerpt: Project Puffin
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Excerpt: Project Puffin

Steve Kress and a fellow researcher pass up the Fourth of July fireworks to celebrate with a bizarre-looking bird.

Osprey Mates Rachel and Steve
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Osprey Mates Rachel and Steve

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History of the Helm and Quarterdeck
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History of the Helm and Quarterdeck

Read about the interesting history of two Hog Island buildings

Giving Seabirds a Helping Hand
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Giving Seabirds a Helping Hand

Road Scholars assist Audubon Biologists to Improve Habitat for Maine Seabirds

Giving Seabirds a Helping Hand - 2011 Recap
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Giving Seabirds a Helping Hand - 2011 Recap

Conservation work for rare and endangered seabirds often requires direct management of nesting habitat, and this is often difficult during the breeding season.

The legacy of Hog Island
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The legacy of Hog Island

The environmental education movement in the United States has early roots at Hog Island.

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