Hog Island Featured in the Washington Post

“At just past 4 a.m. on a day in early July, the first hints of light appear on Hog Island’s horizon. Lobster boats on Muscongus Bay soon labor to their pots, their unmuffled motors providing percussion to a disjointed symphony of buzzy black-throated green warblers, laughing common loons and chattering red squirrels.

“By 4:45 a.m., sound and light have joined to wake many of the 52 people who have come to this 333-acre island just a quarter-mile off the coast of Bremen, Maine, most to attend Maine Audubon’s five-day natural history camp. The first risers are already wandering the native-plant-filled grounds, sipping cups of freshly brewed shade-grown coffee and watching one of the island’s signature sunrises….”

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