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|1780||Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, 1970|
A Yellow-bellied Sapsucker scaling a branch.
A Yellow Warbler perched in a conifer with a caterpillar in its beak.
A Yellow Warbler perched on a branch tilting its head to look up at something.
A Yellow Warbler perched on a branch of a flowering tree.
|2372||Working with the Ellsworth Green Plan|
Land Use Planning and GIS 2018 College of the Atlantic
|1782||Woodpecker on a Tree|
A Woodpecker clinging onto a tree. There is a cavity in the tree by the Woodpecker's feet.
|1785||Woodpecker on a Branch|
A Woodpecker sitting on a diagonal tree branch.
Four American Woodcock eggs in a nest on the ground.
A pair of American Woodcock chicks standing on the ground.
A Woodcock Chick sitting in a pile of leaves.
An American Woodcock chick resting in some leaf litter.
A Wood Thrush standing at the base of a tree.
Entrance of Witchcliff.
|1744||Window Panes signage|
Window Panes storefront signage during the pandemic encouraging hope and strength for the MDI community.
A Wilson's Warbler perched on the branch of a conifer.
A Willet probing the ground with its beak in search of food.
A Willet in flight over a beach.
A Willet wading through some water.
|2116||Wildness within Wildness without: Exploring Maine's Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail|
Wildness within Wildness without Exploring Maine's Thoreau-Wabanaki Trail An exhibition of photography by Bridget Besaw August 5 to September 29, 2007
A Wild Turkey eating birdseed off of the ground.
A White-winged Crossbill perched on a branch with a berry in its beak.
|1736||White pine stools|
Stools made from a white pine that blew down on campus during the winter. These stools will be used for outdoor gatherings on campus.
A Whimbrel on a beach standing on one leg and stretching one of its wings.
A back-view of a Whimbrel looking to one side.
|2006||Where the Wild Things Were|
Human Impacts on Wilderness in the Continental United States