This week’s weather makes it possible for you to make your own Christmas card. The photo was taken by Elizabeth (Stu) Mehlin of New Sharon.
WEST FARMINGTON – Volunteer snow-makers pulled an all-nighter on Friday to cover Titcomb Mountain with the white stuff in preparation for opening on Dec. 14. Snow-maker and ski patroller Andy Forster, was among the volunteers out on the slopes from 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 29 to 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 30 making snow and photographing […]
I photographed this immature (likely) Snowy Owl in Seabrook, N.H. on Saturday, Nov. 30. There has been a huge irruption of Snowy Owls over the past two weeks. They can be found mostly along the coast.
In Maine, reports of individual Snowys have come in from the islands off of Popham Beach, Biddeford Pool, and one day a Snowy showed up on the Mt. Agamenticus webcam! Scientists want folks to know that these birds have flown incredibly far in order to find food sources, and should be observed and photographed from a distance to avoid any further stress to the owls. – Photographer Steve Muise of Farmington