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Mather Auditorium, Wells Reserve at Laudholm Presented by Evan Adams, Migratory Bird Program Director at the Biodiversity Research Institute (BRI) … Continue reading
Mather Auditorium, Wells Reserve at Laudholm All are welcome to the YCAS board meeting, to be held at 5pm before … Continue reading
Mather Auditorium, Wells Reserve at Laudholm We all remember when some aspect of bird behavior caught our attention. Naturalist, educator … Continue reading
Mather Auditorium, Wells Reserve at Laudholm Did you know Maine’s most diverse waterbird colony sits right in Saco Bay, at … Continue reading
Our annual meeting will be held at the Kennebunkport Conservation Trust, 7 Gravelly Brook Road, Kennebunkport.
- 6:45pm: Annual Business Meeting
- 7:00pm: Social Time & Refreshments
- 7:30pm: Program — Songbird Migration in the Gulf of Maine: Past, Present, and Future
For our program, Rebecca Holberton and Adrienne Leppold from the University of Maine Laboratory of Avian Biology will help us to see how what happens in the Gulf of Maine affects us, our birds, and other wildlife.
One of the nation’s leading bird biologists, Rebecca Holberton, and her graduate student Adrienne Leppold have discovered a ton of new information about Maine’s songbird migration. Information gathered by a cooperative of Canadian and U.S. nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and university researchers have been shedding light on the routes our birds use. Tonight we will learn the amazing story of the discovery of a superhighway for songbirds migrating between Canada and South America and what it implies for the future.
The meeting and program are free, but reservations are required before June 1. Please call 207-967-4486 or email email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Internationally known for his amazing photos of the night sky, Kirk Rogers also takes beautiful photos of birds and wildlife. … Continue reading
How do we explain the disappearance of Bobolink, Eastern Meadowlark, and other birds of our farmlands? Dr. Noah Perlut will explore the life histories of resident grassland species and discuss how their ecology is affected by agricultural management. He will also describe diverse management options that can benefit both land managers and birds.