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Bird Walks at Scarborough Marsh
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Bird Walks at Scarborough Marsh

$5
Calendar Current session started Sep 1, 2020 at 7 am

Location: Scarborough Marsh       Time: 7am

These walks will go thorugh the end of September.

Registration not required. Please bring exact change.

Join us for this Wednesday morning Bird Walk.  We meet at the Nature Center and check out the birds there and head to local hot spots in Scarborough.  We may hit Pine Point, the Eastern Trail, Pelreco and Dunstan Landing. 

Mushroom Walk

$30

with David Spahr

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 26, 2020 at 10 am

$25 for members; $30 for nonmembers

A journey through the world of fungi!  Join Maine mushroom expert David Spahr for outdoors learning about mushroom identification, folklore, collecting, and cooking. Be prepared for a moderate amount of physical activity and dress appropriately for the weather of the day. Group size is strictly limited to 12 participants total, and COVID-19 safety precautions will be followed (please bring your own mask). 

Presenter: David Spahr, author of Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada

"Bringing Nature Home" in Scarborough Marsh

Free

with Eric Topper

Calendar Next available session starts Sep 30, 2020 at 6 pm

Join Maine Audubon's director of education Eric Topper for a live webinar about the plants, practices, and perks of restoring ecology in our gardens, yards, and communities.  We will describe the work of Maine Audubon's native plants restoration and community engagement program called "Bringing Nature Home," based on the bestselling book of that title by Dr. Doug Tallamy.

This free program is hosted by Friends of Scarborough Marsh.  While others are welcome, our primary hope is to raise awareness in and around Scarborough Marsh.

A secure Zoom link will be shared with registrants via email on the day of the program.

 

"Bringing Nature Home" in Wiscasset

Free

with Eric Topper

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 1, 2020 at 12:30 pm

Join Maine Audubon's director of education Eric Topper for a live webinar about the plants, practices, and perks of restoring ecology in our gardens, yards, and communities.  We will describe the work of Maine Audubon's native plants restoration and community engagement program called "Bringing Nature Home," based on the bestselling book of that title by Dr. Doug Tallamy.

This free program is hosted by Wiscasset Garden Club.  While others are welcome, our primary hope is to raise awareness in and around Midcoast Maine.

A secure Zoom link will be shared with registrants via email on the day of the program.

 

The Birds of Springvale and York County

Free

with Doug Hitchcox

Calendar Next available session starts Oct 8, 2020 at 6 pm

Join Maine Audubon's Staff Naturalist Doug Hitchcox for a live webinar about the birds that call Springvale and York County home. We will discuss the natural history, identification, threats to, and ways to help these birds.

This free program is third in a three-part series hosted by Springvale Public Library.  

A secure Zoom link will be shared with registrants via email on the day of the program.





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