From the Lincoln County News: Friends of Hog Island is currently trying to get National Audubon to delay their decision about the future of the island and consider FOHI as an alternative for partnership.
Members of the public are invited to the island, which normally is accessible only by private boat, to explore, take a guided hike, tour the camp’s restored 19th-century farm buildings, or just relax and enjoy
BREMEN, Maine, March 2, 2006 — Scholarships are available for Audubon staff, interns and chapter members to attend residential sessions this summer at Hog Island Audubon Camp in Bremen. Those interested can get an application
BREMEN, Maine, February 21, 2006 — Financial aid is available from Maine Audubon for Maine youth and teens to attend residential sessions this summer at Hog Island Audubon Camp in Bremen. Youth ages 11 to
One of the most famous visitors to the Audubon Camp in Maine was marine biologist and author Rachel Carson, who walked Hog Island trails in 1960 and later briefly wrote about her trip in the