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Groundhog Eve

$10

with Lynn Havsall

Calendar Next session starts Feb 1, 2019 at 7 pm

Location: Fields Pond, Holden

It's almost Groundhog Day! Celebrate with yummy holiday treats and discover fascinating facts about woodchucks, the only rodent with its very own holiday!  Unravel Groundhog Day lore and learn how differently this holiday was celebrated in the old days.

Members: $8, Non-Members: $10

Live Animal Show: Predators

$15

with Center for Wildlife

Calendar Next session starts Feb 22, 2019 at 10:30 am

Adult Member: $10,  Adult Nonmember: $15

Member Child: $5, Nonmember Child: $10 

Location: Gilsland Farm

 Join Maine Audubon and our friends at Center for Wildlife as we get an up close look at several fascinating species of wildlife, including birds, reptiles, mammals, and other critters. With the live animals and interactive discussion, we’ll learn more about these animals up close, and explore our connection to them.  

 Please note: This program entails a formal presentation involving live animals, and is most appropriate for school-aged children and older. Guests are asked to remain still and quiet throughout the 45-minute presentation so as not to disrupt the animals and other people. Thank you!

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SOLD OUT: Film Screening: Expedition // Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
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SOLD OUT: Film Screening: Expedition // Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

$15

with Kristin Gates

Calendar Next session starts Jan 16, 2019 at 6 pm

SOLD OUT

Spend an evening in the Arctic Refuge. For five months, Kristin Gates and Jeremy La Zelle lived with the Gwich'in people, followed the Porcupine Caribou herd migration on foot, camped with Polar bears on the Arctic Ocean, and paddled 500 miles down the Porcupine River. This was all to document the wild Arctic ecosystem and the voices of the Gwich'in Nation who have been fighting for decades to protect their sacred land from resource development. Join the World Affairs Council of Maine, Maine Audubon and Natural Resources Council of Maine as we screen the film, hear from the filmmakers, and learn why the Arctic Refuge must be protected and preserved for all time.

Location: Maine Audubon, 20 Gilsland Farm Rd, Falmouth, ME 04105

Cost: $10 for members of WAC, Maine Audubon and NRCM; $15 for non-members

About the Filmmakers:

Kristin Gates is a digital storyteller, writer, and long distance hiker best known for becoming the first woman to traverse the Arctic Brooks Range solo. She has lived in the Arctic and Sub Arctic for the last decade working to protect threatened wilderness areas through film. She is a 2010 Colby College graduate.

Jeremy La Zelle is a Producer and videographer who has traveled the globe in order to document important issues. He has worked for National Geographic, the History Channel, and the Discovery Channel and also started his own company called Backpacker Films.

Kristin will show the film, make brief remarks, and answer questions.  Coffee and desserts will follow.

This program is hosted in partnership with the World Affairs Council of Maine and Natural Resources Council of Maine.

 

Speaker Series: Bernd's Favorite Bird Stories

$15

with Bernd Heinrich

Calendar Next session starts Feb 7, 2019 at 7 pm

Members: $12, Nonmembers: $15

Maine's preeminent naturalist and nature author, Dr. Bernd Heinrich will share photos and stories from several seasons of research at his forest home in Western Maine. 

Speaker Series: Wildlife 911 with Live Animals

$15

with Center for Wildlife

Calendar Next session starts Jan 24, 2019 at 7 pm

Members $12, Nonmembers $15

Conservation Medicine: Navigating a Six Lane Highway to Systemic Change

Join Center for Wildlife Executive Director, Kristen Lamb, for a look inside a wildlife medical clinic and education center.  Through live animal ambassadors, X-Rays, photographs, and storytelling, participants will learn about real-time challenges our wildlife face such as societal empathy on the decline, rapidly changing climate, and development/habitat loss. 

This program may or may not be for the faint of heart, but all will leave feeling empowered and inspired with more knowledge and understanding to be a positive impact on the natural world, beginning today.   

Beer and wine is included.

This program is for ages 21+ and is sponsored by Allagash Brewing and Chickadee Wines.





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