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Hog Island, Maine

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Island · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Hog Island is an island spanning 330 acres (130 ha) located in Muscongus Bay in Bremen, Maine at the end of Keene Neck Road. It is a part of the Todd Wildlife Sanctuary, which includes an additional 30 acres (12 ha) on the mainland across from the island, as well as the current home to the Audubon Camp in Maine operated by the Seabird Restoration Program (Project Puffin) of the National Audubon Society.
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  • Hog Island is a wonderful place to go whether you're a birder or not. I went to the camp the first time during educator's week. The instructors are amazing! I am not a birder but I learned about...  more »
  • This is the perfect way to spend a week of your summer. You can come solo, with your family or with friends. Plan for amazing food, beautiful scenery and great birding. There are trails to hike...  more »
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