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Nature Tuesday (Winter)
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Nature Tuesday (Winter)

Free

with Davida Sky

Calendar Next session starts Feb 25, 2020 at 1:30 pm

Next meeting: February 25, 1:30-3 pm
Location: River Point Conservation Area in Falmouth 

Tracks are bounding, buds are swelling, and birds are singing. We’ll see what we find on trails and on the Presumpscot River. Our prewalk showed opportunities for great winter tree ID, lots of animal tracks, and birds a-flying and swimming. Hope you can join us.

These are previously trampled trails, but ungroomed, so be sure to bring traction for your boots and hiking poles if you like. You might find Binoculars and 10x magnifier helpful.

Directions: River Point abuts the Falmouth Crossing Shopping Center on ME Routes 26/100 in Falmouth, just opposite Maine Turnpike/I-95 Exit 53.Drive into the shopping center to the end and park on the Hannafords side. Facing Hannaford's the trail network starts at the end of a wooden railroad overpass to the right .

 

Piping Plover Party

$30
Calendar Next available session starts Mar 14, 2020 at 4 pm

An indoor/outdoor party at the beach in March! Why? Why not? We're going to have a blast at the Ferry Beach Retreat & Conference Center in Saco. If it's warm enough, we'll have outside activities on the beach but we also have plenty of indoor activities, including food and drinks for adults & kids. It's the perfect party to shake away the winter blues and get ready for spring. Let's get together to celebrate our beloved Piping Plovers and all their shorebird friends.

Join us to learn about Maine Audubon's Piping Plover Project and shorebird initiatives. At the same time you will enjoy:

  • Food & Drinks 
  • Guided Beach Walk
  • Games and Activities 
  • Silent Auction
  • Shorebird presentation

...and more!

The event benefits a scholarship program for Maine Audubon's shorebird interns, supporting up-and-coming biologists who will help shape Maine's environmental future.

Maine Audubon adult members & Maine UU members 21+: $25 (includes 2 tickets for beer or wine)

Non-members 21+: $30 (includes 2 tickets for beer or wine)

Members 6 - 20 yrs old: $10

Non-members 6 - 20 yrs old: $15

All children 6 and under - FREE!

 

 

Fill the Feeder
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Fill the Feeder

Price not
available
Calendar Next session starts Mar 19, 2020 at 9 am

Join us for our unique one-day live streaming fundraiser where your donation helps us Fill the Feeder!

Turtle Roadkill Survey Training - Bath

Free
Calendar Next available session starts Mar 28, 2020 at 8:30 am

Location: Grace Episcopal Church, Bath, ME

Roadkill is one of the biggest threats to turtle populations in Maine, so Maine Audubon is looking for volunteers to help identify where they are most at risk from traffic as they move across the landscape.  

Your help is essential to the success of this project. We will be holding two training sessions for anyone interested in volunteering. Please register here for the training on March 28th in Bath.

Free to the public. Registration required. 

Pollinator Parade and Festival
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Pollinator Parade and Festival

Free
Calendar Next session starts Jun 6, 2020 at 10 am

Free!

Location: Deering Oaks Park, Portland

Join Maine Audubon, Birth Roots, and Portland Rec for the 6th annual Pollinator Parade and Festival! We’re bringing this favorite event back to Deering Oaks Park in Portland and hope you’ll come ready to learn, march with us while dressed as your favorite pollinator, and leave ready to take action.

Schedule:

10-11:30am Family Festival
Crafts, games, face painting, costume making, a pollinator scavenger hunt, and more!

11:30am-12pm Sixth Annual Pollinator Parade
We will march through Deering Oaks and the Farmers’ Market to show our support for pollinator habitat. Costumes encouraged!

12-1pm BYO Picnic
Participants are invited to stay and enjoy a BYO picnic. We encourage those who wish to buy food to visit the Farmers’ Market. Bring a picnic blanket and please be prepared to pack out any garbage.





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