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Aquatic WILD


with Linda Woodard

Calendar Next session starts Mar 16, 2018 at 9 am

Member: $23, Nonmember: $25

At this lively and engaging professional workshop, participants are introduced to Project Aquatic WILD materials, activities, and strategies. Through hands-on practice, educators gain the experience and confidence needed to work with their students and to integrate Project WILD into their teaching.

All receiptents will receive the NEW REVISED AND UPDATED Project WILD Aquatic K-12 Curriculum and Activity Guide emphasizes aquatic wildlife and aquatic ecosystems with 40 multidisciplinary activities for grades K-12. 

Each Project WILD Aquatic activity contains objectives, method, background information, a list of materials needed, procedures, evaluation suggestions, recommended grade levels, subject areas, duration, group size, setting and key terms. A glossary is provided, as well as a cross-reference by topics and skills.

Field investigation activities in Aquatic WILD enable students to learn methods and protocol for conducting scientific investigations, including how to formulate a research question, engaging in systematic data collection, and drawing conclusions.

 In Step with STEM activity extensions make use of a variety of tools and instruments, from litmus tests to smartphone applications, and involve students in the application of technology, science concepts, and math skills as part of their problem-solving efforts.

CEUs provided.

If you need to make a payment with a method other than credit card, please call Beth Pauls at 207-781-2330 ext. 273 to register.

Nature Tuesday Group
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Nature Tuesday Group


with Davida Sky

Calendar Next session starts Feb 27, 2018 at 1:30 pm

Tuesday, February 27 from 1:30 to 3 pm is our next Nature Tuesday.

We have chosen a beautiful part of the Falmouth Land Trust off Blackstrap Road.  The walk will follow a meandering stream with little waterfalls and last week had intricate ice formations.  The woods have white oaks which we have not often found on our walks.  We may also see the evergreen polypody fern; it grows only on rocks and many can be found by the stream.  

Ellen Klain will help lead the walk She will show us the damage a porcupine has done to her trees and some porcupine tracks if conditions are good.

We will park on the road in front of Ellen’s home and start our walk there.

1 Hemlock Cove Road, Falmouth, ME 04105

The conditions could be snowy, icy and or muddy.  We recommend wearing boots and bringing cleats and perhaps snow shoes.

Here is a bit of info on the Preserve:

And Porcupines in the Winter from "Naturally Curious with Mary Holland"

See you then!

Nature Tuesday Group
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Nature Tuesday Group


with Davida Sky

Calendar Next session starts Mar 13, 2018 at 1:30 pm
2 additional sessions through Apr 10, 2018

A bi-weekly nature group led by Davida and Kiya.  Details vary from week to week.

Warbler Walks at Evergreen Cemetery


with Doug Hitchcox

Calendar Next session starts May 7, 2018 at 7 am
7 additional sessions through May 17, 2018


Green spaces in large cities have become well known to provide excellent birding opportunities as neotropic migrants use this stop over habitat for refueling during their long travels. Evergreen Cemetery is one of the best known locations for observing this avain phenomon in southern Maine and we'll lead a daily walk during peak migration.

Monday through Thursday at Evergreen Cemetery (meet in the back by the ponds) and Friday at Capisic Pond (at Macy Street).

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