Two Ospreys chicks are out of their shells and are ready to eat, eat, and eat some more.
The coast of Maine is alive with seabirds—see for yourself.
Steve Kress and a fellow researcher pass up the Fourth of July fireworks to celebrate with a bizarre-looking bird.
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Read about the interesting history of two Hog Island buildings
Road Scholars assist Audubon Biologists to Improve Habitat for Maine Seabirds
Conservation work for rare and endangered seabirds often requires direct management of nesting habitat, and this is often difficult during the breeding season.
The environmental education movement in the United States has early roots at Hog Island.
Learn more about our birding and nature camp sessions for adults, teens, and families.
Support Hog Island Audubon Camp and Project Puffin by giving a gift adoption or one for yourself!
Join us December 27, 2018-January 1, 2019
Designed for 15-17 year olds.