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Thursday, February 27 at 6:30
Dysart's Broadway Restaurant
Do you ever wonder what hides under the ice of a frozen Maine pond? Have you ever witnessed close up the springtime explosion of amphibian life that follows winter? Join Maine Master Naturalist and photographer Edwin Barkdoll for an evening of exploring life under the ice culminating in the annual amphibian emergence and migration. We will examine many creatures, from nearly microscopic crustaceans to the shy salamanders and boisterous frogs who emerge after ice breakup. Expect to leave and never look at a frozen pond with quite the same eyes.
Speaker: Edwin Barkdoll, Maine Master Naturalist, Photographer, Veterinarian, Tree Hugger at Large
Saturday, March 7 from 9:00 to noon
Climate Resilience and Hope
First National Bank Conference Room on Exchange Street
We will explore climate change in four segments. First, an overview by Dr. Ivan Fernandez, looking at what climate change is and is not. Second, Jerry Longcore will describe how climate change impacts wildlife and how the Caribou Bog - Penjajawoc Corridor helps. Third, we will talk together about carbon footprints and how collectively we can make a difference. Last, we will provide an opportunity for participants to consider one thing they can do to make a difference.
Maine Science Festival
Cross Center, Bangor, Maine
For more information and stormy weather cancellations, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 942-1010.
City Nature Challenge activities
Stay tuned for further information
Please welcome our new Administrative Assistant
We're delighted to announce that Patty Brochu will be the mastermind in the BLT office. Her regular office days will be Monday thru Wednesday. It's always good to call ahead in case there are schedule changes.
Please do stop by to say hello.
Lucy Quimby, BLT President
The office is located at 9 Central Street, Suite 201 in downtown Bangor.
Mailing address is:
PO Box 288
Bangor, Maine 04402
Kestrel boxes that UMaine Construction Engineering students built in 2018 are being installed on our preserves. Cason Snow has taken on the project and installed the first one at West Penjajawoc Grasslands June 1st. Thank you Cason!