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Winter Solstice Celebration

$7
Calendar Next available session starts Dec 19, 2019 at 7 pm

Members; $5, Nonmembers: $7
Location: Gilsland Farm

Join Maine Audubon and Evelyn Rysdyk and Allie Knowlton from Spirit Passages to honor nature by celebrating the Winter Solstice. We will have storytelling by Margi Huber, rituals from around the world, a fire ceremony, and more. Refreshments will be served afterwards.

 

Photo: Dance of the Firebugs by Flickr user Jay Joslin, used under the CC-By-2.0 license

 

Full-Moon Snowshoe Hike
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Full-Moon Snowshoe Hike

$8

with Sophia DeMaio

Calendar Next session starts Jan 10, 2020 at 6 pm

Bundle up and join the Fields Pond Audubon staff for a moonlit walk along the Sanctuary trails.  Hot beverages will be available indoors following the walk.  Snowshoes will be available for those in need, but pre-registration is required to reserve a set.

Environmental Film Series

$5
Calendar Next available session starts Jan 14, 2020 at 6:30 pm
1 additional session on Feb 11, 2020

Join us this winter for a monthly environmentally focused film showing on the “big screen” at Fields Pond.  Films run in length between 40 and 90 minutes, with time for discussion afterwards.  Please call Fields Pond to find out what will be showing this month or check out our Facebook page for details.  $5 suggested donation.

Birding Tour: Costa Rica
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Birding Tour: Costa Rica

$3,750

with Doug Hitchcox

Calendar Next session starts Jan 15, 2020

Join this private birding tour for Resplendent Quetzals, Scarlet Macaws, and a long list of other fabulous tropical birds and specialties in a beautiful country with Field Guides Inc and Maine Audubon.

This Costa Rica tour has been designed to sample many of the country's major habitats on a short tour while keeping travel time between sites to a minimum. Targeting many of Costa Rica's most charismatic bird species, we'll travel to the steamy Caribbean lowlands, up through the foothills and cloudforests of the bird-rich eastern slopes, into the gorgeous oak forests and the scrubby paramo of the high Talamanca mountains, and down into the transitional forests in the Pacific coastal lowlands. All along the way, we'll be staying in comfortable lodges or hotels, often with fantastic birding right outside our doors!

A full trip itinerary is available here: Maine Audubon Costa Rica Tour Itinerary

More information including past trip lists and registration info is available here: Costa Rica 2020 with Maine Audubon

Requiem: The Sounds of Human-Driven Extinction

$8

with Steve Norton

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 16, 2020 at 7 pm

Requiem is sound installation by sound artist and musician Steve Norton. The work’s topic is human-driven extinction. It is an electronic music composition whose sound materials are exclusively the sounds of bird and frog species which have gone extinct during the era of recorded sound, enabling us to hear them once again, forever or until the power goes out. Steve will address the audience at the Fields Pond Center regarding the making of Requiem, his artistic research, the work’s context and a little about the technology involved.  Steve was a working musician in the Boston area for over thirty years, playing woodwinds and other instruments in the avant-garde jazz and free improvisation communities. He has recently completed an MFA in Intermedia at the University of Maine.  Note: The  Requiem installation will be open to the public at Fields Pond from January 13th through February 13th.

Winter Tree Identification

$10

with Sophia DeMaio

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 18, 2020 at 9 am

Come join staff Environmental Educator and Forest Ecologist, Sophie DeMaio, to look at trees a little more closely. We will use ID keys to begin recognizing our favorite trees, even in winter. 

Next Generation Recycling

$8

with Shelby Wright

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 22, 2020 at 7 pm

Join Shelby Wright, Director of Community Services at Coastal Resources of Maine, to find out the latest recycling technology in your neighborhood.  Gathering the waste of over 100 of our local communities, the new Hampden facility uses Fiberight’s proprietary state-of-the-art technology to recover resources from our waste stream and convert them into value-added products and bio-fuels.  Come find out what’s happening with your trash!

Moose, Winter Tick and Climate

$8

with Lee Cantor

Calendar Next available session starts Jan 29, 2020 at 7 pm

Maine has the most progressive and scientific moose management program in the United States. Join Lee Cantor, Maine’s Moose Biologist with the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, as he explains what the research is telling us about the survival and future of this iconic Maine species.





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