May 2, 2018
  • BHHT Conservation Lecture Series – #3: Horseshoe Crabs

    May 2, 2018  6:30 pm8:30 pm
    Blue Hill Public Library, 5 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill, ME 04614, USA

    Join BHHT for the 3rd and final lecture in their Spring Conservation Lecture Series: Horseshoe Crabs. Sarah O’Malley, MMA Professor and BHHT Board Member will discuss this fascinating creatures, why they migrate to the Bagaduce River during their spawning season, how they are being used in science and medicine, as well as environmental changes that may impact this species.

    Reception 6:30, Talk 7pm.

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May 4, 2018
  • DEA- Bird ID By Sight & Sound

    May 4, 2018  7:00 pm8:30 pm
    Blue Hill Public Library, 5 Parker Point Rd, Blue Hill, ME 04614, USA

    Bird ID by Sight and SoundFriday, May 4 7:00 p.m.Blue Hill LibrarySpeaker: Bob DuchesneImprove your birding skills overnight! Bird guide and author Bob Duchesne will present a 2-part tutorial on bird identification by sight and by sound. Bob will offer easy-to-remember tips on how to recognize what you’re hearing and how to visually identify birds more quickly through field marks, habits and habitats. This quick seminar will help new birders build skills and help experienced birders shake off the rust of winter. There will be a short intermission between programs offering refreshments.

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May 10, 2018
  • DEA- Feral Newfoundland

    May 10, 2018  7:00 pm8:30 pm
    Moore Community Center, 133 State St, Ellsworth, ME 04605, USA

    Feral NewfoundlandThursday, May 10 7:00 p.m.Moore Community Center, 133 State Street, EllsworthSpeaker: Deborah GordonJoin artist, musician and photographer Deborah Gordon as she reveals secrets and hidden natural wonders of Newfoundland and Labrador. Learn about the less frequented outports, national and provincial parks, World Heritage Sites and the infectious humor and uplifting spirit that comprises the culture and people of Canada’s eastern-most province. Her captivating, in-depth slide show of the wildlife, landscape, architecture and mystery of this dauntingly exquisite, unpretentious place will interest all.

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May 12, 2018
  • World Migratory Bird Day Celebration

    May 12, 2018  7:00 am9:00 am
    Craig Brook National Fish Hatchery Complex, Hatchery Rd, East Orland, ME 04431, USA

    Birding at the Fish Hatchery May 12

    ORLAND—CelebrateWorld Migratory Bird Day Saturday, May 12, with a Bird Walk at Craig BrookNational Fish Hatchery and the Dead River side of the Wildlands, led byNaturalist Cheri Domina. Meet at 7 am in the hatchery parking lot, and beprepared for an easy hike to explore several different habitats for warblers, flycatchers,thrushes, woodpeckers and more. Bring binoculars and bug protection. For moreinfo, 930-9730 or Sponsored by GreatPond Mountain Conservation Trust.

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May 20, 2018
  • Penobscot Region NEMBA Trail School – Great Pond Mountain

    May 20, 2018
    Bald Mountain Community Center, 1287 Bald Mountain Rd, Orland, ME 04472, USA

    Online registration is now open for Penobscot Region NEMBA Trail School with Great Pond Mountain Conservation Trust.

    This course is perfect for riders, trail enthusiasts, land stewards and land managers interested in learning about what makes for sustainable, enjoyable trails and how to take care of them.

    The course will include classroom presentations on the best practices of trail building and maintenance in the morning, followed by hands-on trail building clinics in the afternoon.

    Coffee, snacks and lunch will be included, and there will also be an option to purchase IMBA’s trail building textbook, IMBA Trail Solutions.

    The cost is $20. Please bring a check or cash for $40 if you wish to purchase IMBA’s book, Trail Solutions: IMBA’s Guide to Building Sweet Singletrack. * We will need to know ahead if you want a book as we will be ordering them.

    The course class room setting will take place at the Bald Mountain Community Center located at 1287 Bald Mountain Rd, Orland, ME 04472, just over the Dedham line about 20 minutes outside of Bangor.


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