Bird Sounds and How to Remember Them
with Maine Audubon
6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
In this third installment of our birding series with Maine Audubon we’ll dive into the world of Maine bird sounds. We’ll learn the different types of sounds that birds make, and then learn how to identify and remember several of Maine’s most familiar and musical species. Join Thomas Memorial Library and Maine Audubon as we explore the fascinating world of bird sounds all around us. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Maine Audubon works to conserve Maine’s wildlife and wildlife habitat by engaging people in education, conservation, and action.
In fulfilling this mission they:
- Provide hands-on, experiential nature programs especially designed to excite curiosity and introduce the concept of wildlife stewardship to over 8,000 students a year.
- Promote public awareness of lake ecology issues through our annual statewide Loon Count and involvement in state lake policy initiatives.
- Lead walks, trips, and wilderness expeditions that bring people into nature and help instill in them an understanding of and appreciation for conserving our natural resources.
- Monitor and manage the breeding colonies of endangered Piping Plovers and Least Terns to set them on the road to recovery.
- Advocate for local, state, and federal public policies that benefit wildlife and protect critical habitat.
- Lead education projects in schools, towns, and for the public around the importance of Maine native plants through our “Bringing Nature Home” initiative; we also grow and sell native plants every summer.
- Develop and promote tools for policy-makers, municipalities, and individuals to embrace renewable energy with wildlife in mind.