Innovative educational programs integrating natural history, ecological awareness, and the sense of wonder in midcoast Maine since 1936.
From the Island
The summer solstice has come and gone, July 4, too, and the days are getting shorter! But life at the Hog Island Audubon Camp remains upbeat, high energy, fun, and each new day a joy. Northern parulas, song sparrows, phoebes, our resident ospreys, Rachel and Steve, and other birds on the island are all busy ... • Read more.The best news is that even though camp registration is at 81% of capacity, it’s not too late to register. Likewise volunteer slots are going like hotcakes with four sessions already with waiting lists: Educator’s week, Joy of Birding, Raptor Rapture, and Mi • Read more.Another year has come and gone and Hog Island still thrives. We celebrated its 80th anniversary and completed a new solar system atop the Fish House and Bridge. Without you, none of this would have been possible. We cannot thank you enough. Enjoy the remaining holidays basking in the glow of these achievements. • Read more.Bart and Virginia Cadbury had no way of knowing what their grandson, some 60 years later, would do for their beloved Hog Island. Benjamin Cadbury Wong knew he wanted to do something for Hog Island but not what. • Read more.Yes, it’s 2016 and we’re ready. Well almost. Registration for the camp is going gangbusters and has two Family Camps this year. Likewise volunteers are signing up for their favorite sessions. FOHI has some new board members. And, the camp celebrates its 80th anniversary • Read more.It’s early August, and it’s hard to believe that the Audubon Camp at Hog Island has already this year seen a steady stream of campers arrive – wondering what’s in store for them. • Read more.