Stormy clouds and low tides combined for a surreal infrared photograph in Acadia National Park.
In the winter, harlequin ducks restrict themselves to only the rockiest sea coasts with the most turbulent waters like the tip of Acadia National Park's Schoodic Peninsula.
An Atlantic Puffin stretches out its wings after feeding hungry chicks in the burrow below huge boulders on the coast of a Maine island.
A Black Guillemot carries a freshly caught Rock Gunnel fish in its bill for hungry chicks below.
An Atlantic Puffin flies toward its coastal burrow with a beak full of fish for hungry chicks.
A pair of Atlantic Puffins stand on top of a boulder near their burrow nest on a small island off the coast of Maine.
A pair of adult Black Guillemots sits on a boulder on the shore of a small Maine island. Surf crashing against the rocks provides a dramatic background.
A wet song sparrow stands on a tree branch after a rainstorm on Great Duck Island, Maine.
The milky way rises over College of the Atlantic's Alice Eno Research Station, a converted 1890 lightkeeper's residence, and the Great Duck Island lighthouse in the distance.
A Herring Gull chick sits on its haunches, basking in the sun on Great Duck Island, Maine.
An adult Herring Gull stands with its chick on the nesting colony on Great Duck Island, Maine.
A Savannah Sparrow displays its catch in a meadow on Great Duck Island, Maine.
Morning dewdrops rest on the fine prickles of field hawkweed on Great Duck Island, Maine.
A Black Guillemot stabilizes itself after landing on a boulder with fresh food for its chicks on Great Duck Island, Maine.
An Atlantic Puffin glances down from a boulder on the coast of Great Duck Island, Maine.
A Black Guillemot vocalizes from the berm of a small island off the coast of Maine.
Hunting small fish on the incoming tide, a snowy egret snatches its catch out of the shallow marshy waters near Bass Harbor, Acadia National Park, Maine.
A rare moment of stillness in a purple sandpiper, one of a group of sandpipers feeding along the shore of the Taunton River, Maine.
Rough seas through wet haze into the southern spruce forests of Mount Desert Island.
A black and white view of Mount Desert Islands Mountains (Cadillac, Pemetic, South Bubble, North Bubble, Sargent) from Connor's Nubble on Eagle Lake.
A young waxwing made a break to the College of the Atlantic lawn to catch a cranefly, but missed.
A Song Sparrow perches on a dying stand of Black-Eyed Susan on the first of October.