Maine Audubon maintains the state’s “Bird Alert” – with listings of notable species from across the state. The Audubon website also has guidance on good birding sites, notice of their birding trips and tours, and guidance on feeding wild birds.
Maine Birding offers abundant resources for birding in the state – with a mail list that posts sightings, checklists of Maine birds, and news updates, information on feeding wild birds, wildlife rehabilitation and building birdhouses.
Maine Birding Trail provides a fully vetted list of birding sites throughout Maine, an overview of upcoming birding tours and festivals (from various providers), “adventure birding” opportunities, and more.
The Wendell Gilley Museum in Southwest Harbor offers workshops and demonstrations in bird carving, along with exhibits. The Maine Wildlife Park in Gray offers a diverse array of programs for all ages each year from May through November.
Read more about the American Birding Association’s Principles of Birding Ethics.
For more resources on birding basics and identification, see this link.