September 13, 2018
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm


It’s migration season and that means the hawks are on the move! Have you ever watched hawk migration from the many amazing vantage points in Maine? It is a sight to behold. Hawks are some of our most common neighbors, often sighted on fence posts or soaring on the thermals. Come and learn more about your amazing wild neighbors!

We are partnering this year with The Center for Wildlife for many of our Maine Wildlife Series presentations. Each one is aimed at helping to educate and connect our community with the wildlife that we share our homes with. Throughout the year, you’ll meet some of Center for Wildlife’s non-releasable raptor ambassadors up close and in person and learn about their natural history as well as personal stories.

There are so many ways we can help our wild neighbors, from not using rodenticide to not tossing food out of our windows while driving. Come learn about all the ways you can make a difference and connect with these amazing animals. We look forward to seeing you in September!

Thomas Memorial Library FoundationThis talk is brought to you with the generous support of The Thomas Memorial Library Foundation.

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