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Ravens, Wolves and People – with John Marzluff – Tuesday, May 18th

On May 18th, Wildlife professor John Marzluff will bring us an exciting program on recent work in Yellowstone National Park … Continue reading

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The Harlequin – Spring 2021

Please click on the link below to view the Autumn 2020 issue of our Harlequin newsletter

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A Video of our April Program: Decades of Change in Maine’s Birds

This program was presented on April 20, 2021. Scroll down to the original post on this program for a full … Continue reading

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A Video of our March program on the Birds-of-Paradise Project

This program was presented on March 16th, 2021. Scroll down to the original post on this program for a full … Continue reading

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The Birds-of-Paradise Project: Natural history media for science and conservation – with Edwin Scholes – Tuesday, March 16th

Among the most amazing creatures in the world, more than 40 species of birds-of-paradise live in New Guinea’s swaths of … Continue reading

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A Video of our February Program: The Amazing Winter Crow Roost

This program was presented on Feb 16th, 2021. Scroll down to the original post on this program for a full … Continue reading

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The Amazing Winter Crow Roost – with Bob Fox and Dana Duxbury-Fox – Tuesday, Feb 16th

“It blows your mind. Thousands of them. They just keep rolling in.”  It’s a spectacular display of sight and sound, … Continue reading

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A Year in the Life of North American Owls – with Paul Bannick – Tuesday, January 19th

“If your average picture is worth a thousand words, a Paul Bannick wildlife photograph is worth 20,000. Having worked with … Continue reading

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The Birds of Maine – by Peter Vickery

There’s a spectacular new comprehensive book: The Birds of Maine by Peter Vickery. And, fittingly, a wonderful program just presented … Continue reading

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A Video of Zack Klyver’s Program: The Narwhal’s Tusk – The Ten Most Remarkable Marine Mammal Adaptations

This program was presented on Nov 17th. Scroll down to the original post on this program for a full description.

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