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Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center

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Scarborough, ME, USA
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Hours Today: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM
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On a beautiful sunny Sunday afternoon, we took a walk on the Eastern Trail just a few yards from the Audubon Center shack. There were plenty of ducks, geese, and a few white herons, but no kayakers or canoeists because it was low tide. Lots of people walking, riding bikes,
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This marsh is absolutely amaaaaazing, and we support the Scarborough Land Trust for that reason. There’s a little, interesting, museum on Rte 9, where you can see lots of interesting things pertaining to the marsh and it’s life. I send all friends and visitors there for either
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I have great memories canoeing on the marsh. Its a great experience and I highly recommend just make sure you apply tons of bugs spray. Green flies are all around the marsh and their bites hurt like nobodies business.
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We wish we had just rented canoes or kayaks instead of going on the 10:00 tour. The guide was not informative, actually we found the guide annoying and all 4 of us couldn’t wait until it was over. It could have been really nice if we were on our own.
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We went on a warm summer day in a canoe through the marsh. It was lovely. We saw several birds including a willet. Only complaint is that you can hear route 9. Otherwise I’d advise to get there early
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