The communications team at Maine Audubon is responsible for telling the organization’s stories to its many audiences.
We do this though our website, social media, email, and our quarterly Habitat magazine, among other channels.
- For media inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For questions about Habitat, including inquiries about advertising opportunities, please email email@example.com.
- Our Media Kit (PDF) contains contact information, mission, history, key areas of work, and downloadable logos (Please contact us with any questions about usage, or for alternative versions or file types).
Latest Press Releases
Joint Statement on Racial Justice
June 4, 2020
Maine Audubon in the News
As beaches reopen, a record number of Piping Plovers are nesting (5/24/20; Portland Press Herald)
Seven experts tell us where they go to find peace and beauty outdoors (5/21/20; Boston Globe)
The wild kingdom outside your window (5/10/20; Down East Magazine)
Maine Audubon keeps birding community connected during pandemic (4/29/20; WGME-TV)
Audubon looking at how to build environmentally friendly energy projects without harming wildlife (4/13/20; Bangor Daily News/Houlton Pioneer Times)
As birding events are shut down, online events abound (4/12/20; Portland Press Herald)
Maine Audubon project hopes to prevent turning turtles into roadkill (3/16/20; Bangor Daily News/Houlton Pioneer Times)
Maine Sunday Telegram reporter Deirdre Fleming wrote about Steve Norton’s “Requiem” sound installation at Fields Pond Audubon Center (1/26/2020)
The Lodges at Borestone Mountain were profiled in Maine Home and Design magazine (January, 2020)
Conservation Biologist Tracy Hart was interviewed for Maine Public Radio about the 2019 loon count results (1/6/2020)
Conservation Director Sally Stockwell penned a Letter to the Editor in the Portland Press Herald about a disconnect between transportation planning and the work of the governor’s Maine Climate Council.