A weekly display of the best pictures taken locally by our readers in Central Maine!

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The moose is loose!

Katie Esancy, of Vassalboro, sent in this photo of a moose crossing the pavement on the Hannaford Hill Road, in Vassalboro.

Give Us Your Best Shot! Thursday, April 16, 2020

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DUELING ROBINS: Michael Bilinsky, of China Village, snapped these robins that seem to be quarreling over space.

MAJESTIC: Joan Chaffee, of Clinton, photographed this majestic-looking bald eagle.

STANDING ROOM ONLY: Rick Lawrence captured these gold finches at a feeder.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, April 9, 2020

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FAMILY TIME (part 1): Michael Bilinsky, of China Village, was busy with his camera recently when he snapped three squirrels feeding together…

FAMILY TIME (part 2): …three chipmunks who look like they were trying to hide…

FAMILY TIME (part 3): …and a flock of Canada Geese cruising in the lake.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, March 19, 2020

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WILDLIFE AT ITS BEST (part 1): Jayne Winters, of South China, captured this raccoon hanging on to a tree.

WILDLIFE AT ITS BEST (part 2): Jayne Winters, of South China, had the rare opportunity to capture this bald eagle on the ground.

SIGN OF SPRING: Joan Chaffee, of Clinton, recently photographed these pussy willows beginning to bud.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, February 13, 2020

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SPECTACULAR: John Gardner captured this gorgeous sunset recently.

UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL: Michael Bilinsky, of China Village, snapped this close up of a cedar waxwing.

LONESOME FINCH: Joan Chaffee, of Clinton, photographed this lone gold finch on a suet feeder.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, January 30, 2020

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CHRISTMAS CARDINAL: Pat Clark, of Palermo, photographed this cardinal at Christmas time.

FIRST VISIT: Pat Clark, of Palermo, snapped this photo of the tracks of the Mt. Washington Cog Railroad on her first visit to the area.

LOOKING GOOD: Jayne Winters, of China, captured this Wooly Bear caterpillar last fall.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, January 16, 2020

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Stone carvings of fisherman at Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia. (photo by Pat Clark, of Palermo)

PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND TRIP: Pat Clark, of Palermo, went on a trip to Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia in September 2019, as they tried to stay ahead of Hurricane Dorian. The Cabot Trail, was photographed on a gloomy day reminiscent of the Scottish/Irish coast.

This stone memorial in Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, is to honor lost fishermen and a SwissAir flight that crashed near there in 1994. (photo by Pat Clark, of Palermo)

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, January 9, 2020

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FALL VISITOR: Jayne Winters, of China, photographed this hermit thrush last summer at her feeder.

PICTURESQUE FOLIAGE: Pat Clark, of Palermo snapped this beaufiul fall scenery at Wyman Lake.

WELL FED: This male cardinal, captured by Michael Bilinsky, of China Village, looks as if it hasn’t missed many meals.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, December 12, 2019

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RESTFUL SPOT: Tina Richard, of Clinton, snapped this foliage photo during her walk, in Winslow. The view from there was “breath taking.”

FIRST MOOSE: Pat Clark, of Palermo, saw her first moose on a fall foliage trip this fall near Moxie Plantation.

PICTURESQUE: Jayne Winters, of South China, captured this picturesque spot on Back/Sheepscot River, in Boothbay, near Knickerkane Island.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, October 31, 2019

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SPECTACULAR: Stephanie Vinson, of China, photographed this spectacular sunrise over China Lake recently.

COLORFUL: Tina Richard, of Clinton, captured this fall foliage scene from the gazebo, in Fairfield.