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A Birding and Wildlife Adventure at the End of the World

$8

with Ron Davis

Calendar Next session starts Nov 8, 2019 at 7 pm

Early in 2019 Ron and Lee Davis traveled due south from Maine to Patagonia at the southern tip of South America.  There, they boarded a small ship that took them to Cape Horn and through the Strait of Magellan and Beagle Channel, after which they drove to Tierra del Fuego, Sierra Baguales and Torres del Paine to observe and photograph birds and other wildlife under a backdrop of spectacular peaks and glaciers. This illustrated talk will provide you with a vicarious experience of birding this remote and wild place at the end of the world.

Change is Our Choice: Creating Climate Change Solutions
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Change is Our Choice: Creating Climate Change Solutions

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Calendar Next session starts Oct 1, 2019 at 6 pm, runs for 5 weeks

The science has long been settled: climate change is real and it’s happening all around us right now. Our five-session discussion course on climate action will help you take action to increase resilience and mitigate the impacts of climate change. Presented in an interactive eBook, this new discussion course experience integrates video, audio and printed content with action plans that help you roll your sleeves up and get started taking action toward a better tomorrow.

NOTE: Advanced registration is required in order to get the eBook materials.

Citizen Science....as easy as 1, 2, 3!

$10

with Elizabeth Orcutt

Calendar Next session starts Sep 18, 2019 at 4 pm

As the world around us shifts and changes especially in the face of climate change, researchers are depending more and more on citizen science tools and projects to help them answer their research questions. If you would like to be on the forefront and have your classes help contribute to local citizen science projects Join us at Field's Pond to learn how you can incorporate two easy citizen science tools into your classrooms to enrich the lives of your students and join the movement of citizen scientists that are contributing directly to research projects around the globe!  Space is limited, pre-registration is required. 

Fall Foliage 5k Fun Run at Fields Pond

$20
Calendar Next session starts Oct 12, 2019 at 9 am

Join us for our first annual Fields Pond 5k nature run/walk!  The course will take you up through our trails and down scenic roads for the perfect foliage tour.  Call 989-2591 for more details.

Foraging: Finding Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants

$30

with David Spahr

Calendar Next session starts Sep 7, 2019 at 1 pm

There is an abundance of wild plants, mushrooms and other natural treasures in Maine that can be foraged for food, medicinal use and other purposes. We learn about what you can find, how to differentiate the safe from the toxic, and different ways to use what you forage.  Leader: David Spahr, author of Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada.  Space is limited, pre-registration required.

Harvest Picnic and Paddle on Fields Pond

$10
Calendar Next session starts Sep 21, 2019 at 4 pm

Pack a picnic dinner and head out onto Fields Pond to enjoy the final days of summer.  Your journey will include an exclusive reservation; dinning at our island oasis on Fields Pond!  Space is limited!  

Healthy Hikes at Fields Pond
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Healthy Hikes at Fields Pond

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Calendar Next session starts Oct 1, 2019 at 4 pm, runs for 5 weeks

Join neighbors and Audubon Staff for a weekly brisk walk this fall season along one of our beautiful Fields Pond trails.  Bring appropriate footwear and meet at the Nature Center Headquarters.  

Maine Deer: Winter Weather Warriors

$8

with Nathan Bieber

Calendar Next session starts Nov 16, 2019 at 1 pm

Learn about wintering deer in Maine and efforts by the Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) to monitor wintering deer. Learn in the field how winter severity is measured and see what gear is used to capture and collar deer.  See deer movement and mortality data gathered from the MDIFW deer collaring project.  Presenter is Nathan Bieber, Wildlife Biologist and Deer Specialist with the Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. Free for members.





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