An official stop on the Maine Birding Trail, the Katahdin region boast many diverse wildlife habitats at a wide range of altitudes making it possible for enthusiast bay breated warbler anita mueller smto observe over 175 different species. Boreal species including, American Three-Toed Woodpecker, Black-backed Woodpecker, Boreal Chickadee, Gray Jay, Cape May, Blackpoll and Bay-breasted Warblers, as well as Spruce Grouse and Bicknell's Thrush are often the target species for birder's who visit the area. The Katahdin Region (specifically Seboeis Lake) is also home to the second largest population of Common Loons in the State of Maine. Venture out on your own or take part in a weekend birding tour hosted by a local inn or remote camp.

Click here for a list of bird species in the Katahdin Region

Katahdin Area Chamber of Commerce
1029 Central St. Millinocket, ME 04462
(207) 723-4443