Through a wonderful partnership with the Camden Public Library, we offer a nature education program free to the public monthly (Sept-April) on the third Thursday at 6 pm. And to protect everyone during the pandemic, the events are offered online via Zoom – to watch them live and be able to ask questions, you must pre-register through the Library (each upcoming event has a link to register). Due to the magic of the internet, we have recorded the presentations so you can watch at your leisure. Enjoy!
Rare Birds of Maine, Louis Bevier, Maine Birds Records Committee, April 2023
Climate Change and Maine’s Ski Industry, Dr. Elizabeth Burakowski, Research Assistant Professor at the University of New Hampshire, January 2023
Messing Around with Birds (for Fun and Science), Scott Weidensaul, author and field researcher, March 2022
Arctic Research News, Dr. Paty Matrai, Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences, Feb. 2022
Lessons From Avian Haven Wild Bird Rehabilitation Center, Laura Lecker, Jan. 2022
Listening to Nocturnal Migration, Eric Masterson, author and conservationist, Oct. 2021
The Oldest Trees in America, David Govatski, forester and environmental consultant, Sept. 2021
Horseshoe Crabs of Great Salt Bay, Sarah Gladu, Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust, April 2021
Birding in Costa Rica, Doug Hitchcox, Maine Audubon, February 2021
Editors’ Talk on New Book – Birds of Maine, Barbara Vickery and Scott Weidensaul, Jan. 2021
The State of Birds – Decades of Change, Nick Lund, Maine Audubon, Nov. 2020
Summering with Vultures, Don Reimer, Mid-Coast Audubon, Oct. 2020
Bad News – Good News for Birds and Biodiversity, Jeff Wells, National Audubon Society, Sept. 2020
If you are looking for more great program videos, visit the Friends of Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge YouTube channel.