Manana Island (Maine)
Manana Island is an island in Lincoln County, Maine, United States, lying adjacent to Monhegan island, about 10 miles (16 km) off Pemaquid Point on the mainland. The island is part of the Plantation of Monhegan.
A small herd of goats spends summers on the island. They winter in Kennebunk and are rowed over to Manana Island from the Monhegan Harbor in spring.
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- Berk, Judy. "Goats return to Manana Island". Retrieved 27 January 2017.
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