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March 14 Thursday
6:30 pm—7:30 pm

Event Location:
Belfast Free Library, Abbott room, 106 High Street, Belfast

Contact Info:
Kirk Gentalen

Cost: Free

All Ages Event

Mammals and More on the Move in March

presented by Friends of Sears Island, the Belfast Free Library, and Maine Coast Heritage Trust

Friends of Sears Island and the Belfast Free Library, in partnership with Maine Coast Heritage Trust invite you to a presentation about wildlife activity in this area of the Midcoast in March, to be held on Thursday, March 14, from 6:30-7:30 pm in the Abbott Room at the Belfast Free Library.

Attend in-person or sign-up for Zoom

There will also be a Zoom-in option for this program for those who aren’t able to attend in person.

The program

Around these parts, March is a wonderful month full of transitions (is there a month that isn’t full of transitions?). When it comes to animal activity in midcoast Maine in March, there’s lots going on, and more to come as we move toward spring.

Join Maine Coast Heritage Trust Land Steward and nature observer, Kirk Gentalen, for a lively and insightful presentation about where things are at (presently) wildlife-wise and what Kirk’s looking forward to crossing paths with soon enough.

Through stories and slides, both loaded with tips and laden with information, we’ll get ourselves ready for spring, which will be only days away.

Kirk Gentalen is a regional stewardship manager for Maine Coast Heritage Trust and has 30 years of environmental education experience from working all over the country. Currently living on the St. George peninsula with his family, Amy and Leif, Kirk writes Nature Bummin’, a nature blog and edits the Vinalhaven Sightings Report.

Optional Zoom registration

If you plan to join this program by Zoom, please register in advance at http://tinyurl.com/yzenuz9u. No need to register if attending in person.