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Maine Audubon Connections–Nature-based resources for everyone!!
May 4 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 8:00 am, repeating until May 15, 2020
Maine Audubon has kindly created online resources for you and your family to enjoy while at home! Check out these great resources to get involved in nature!! Fun for any age.
“Our in-person programs may be on hold for now, but we’ve got lots of nature-based resources, suggested activities, and online offerings to help the Maine Audubon community in these uncertain times.
Maine Audubon Connections
We’ve put together a hub called Connections that we add to every weekday. There’s information and fun activities for all ages on backyard birding, family fun, parent/teacher tips, live videos, and virtual sanctuary visits.
- Connections Video: Examining Bird Pellets
- Nature in the Middle on Wednesdays: This week it’s an Indoor Safari
- Elementary Connections on Thursdays: This week is all about Springtime Birds
- Family Fun on Fridays! This week: What’s Under a Rock?
Trails at our eight sanctuaries are currently open and we encourage you to connect with the outdoors. If you are planning to visit, we ask that you read these “Three Steps for Mainers” guidelines carefully.
- Maine Outdoor Film Festival – April 22, 7 pm
Rather than gathering in person, we will be streaming 90 minutes of conservation-themed outdoor films on Earth Day! Sign up today. Only one registration per household is necessary. We will share the selected films and more special details in the upcoming days. Sponsored by Allagash Brewing Co.
- Stream Smart Culverts 101 for Local Boards – April 28, 3:30 pm
An introductory webinar about the importance of properly sized and placed culverts for habitat and other conservation values, hosted by Casco Bay Coastal Academy. Free, registration required.
Our Advocacy team is still hard at work in support of Maine’s wildlife and habitat: Maine Climate Council Vows to Stay on Track
Backyard birding is one activity we can all still enjoy especially as spring migration picks up! If you need birdseed or feeders, you can order through our Falmouth Nature Store for curbside pickup.
Could you, your family, or organization use this opportunity for some extended learning? Maine Audubon naturalists, educators, and scientists offer presentations on a wide variety of topics from backyard birding to Advocacy 101. Recent webinars have given audiences fun ways to connect with each other.”
**Information taken from Maine Audubon Connections Flyer**