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Getting checked out by the locals in Sachuest Point National Wildlife Refuge, Rhode Island. (Photo via Instagram: @k___elizabeth)

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When L.L.Bean field tester Karen Z. headed out to enjoy Maine's blooming lupine, she met somebody else with the same idea. (Photo via Instagram: wishin_i_was_fishing)

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How far would you travel to vacation in Maine? Ruby-throated hummingbirds come all the way from Mexico and Central America to summer here. That's a long trip for anybody – but even more impressive when you're the smallest bird in northeastern North America.

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Maine has the largest population of black bears in the lower 48 states. A fact that warrants a standing ovation.

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People come to Maine in droves after Memorial Day, but some of our state's summer residents – like this warbler – have gotten here early to start enjoying the season.

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Happy Mother's Day!

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The #DCEagleCam isn’t the only place to watch eagle families this spring – April is the start of nesting season here in Maine.

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Signs of spring: when the ice melts, spring peepers emerge and sing their song all across New England. Have you heard the peepers yet?

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Many of Maine's songbirds migrate south for the winter, but now they're back to help us welcome spring with their beautiful melodies.

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