April 11, 2019
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Wildlife expert Noah Perlut and his students in the Department of Environmental Studies, University of New England, are part of The Gap Tracks Project. This project is using remote cameras to study the wildlife community along the GAP section of the Eastern Trail and Nonesuch River to see what happens during and after trail construction.

This section is highly relevant to the ecology of Scarborough Marsh because it includes important headwaters of the Nonesuch River and its adjacent forest serves as a movement corridor for mammals, amphibians and birds.

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