Once nearly non-existent in New England, the presence of wild turkeys on Mount Desert Island is a bit of marvel. These birds are pretty cool, too.
Acadia’s seasonal staff are mission critical and getting harder to attract.
Moving heavy rock is a big part of building and maintaining trails in Acadia National Park. But there’s so much more to it.
Summit Steward Ellie Jackson shares her observations of nature in inclement weather, which many park visitors never see.
Help Acadia’s scientists better understand the landscape and how it’s changing.
Two companies, Gillig and BYD USA, each ran one of their battery-electric bus models for one week from September 17th to October 1st on designated Island Explorer routes and up Cadillac Mountain.
A visit with Mother to “Big” Hunter’s Beach inspires fond memories – and a gift to help others enjoy it, too.
Collaboration is a smart strategy to address the threats of invasive plants and insects.
Acadia’s Trail Crew finds balance between historic preservation and a changing climate as they rebuild the Maple Spring Trail.
General rangers help visitors safely navigate the park, be conscientious stewards, and have an excellent time while they’re at it.