Each spring, endangered Piping Plovers and Least Terns return to nest and raise their young on southern Maine beaches. Over time, the development and construction of seawalls, jetties, piers, homes, parking lots, and other structures has significantly reduced the available shoreline habitat for these two species of birds.… Read more.
Think you know Maine Wildlife?? Then it’s time to put your money where your snout is! Come test your knowledge with the Center for Wildlife at a very special trivia edition of our monthly Maine Wildlife series.… Read more.
How does a bat find thousands of tiny mosquitoes in the dark? Why would an opossum choose to lumber around at night?… Read more.
Join us for our monthly Maine Wildlife Series, where we welcome educators from the Center for Wildlife in Cape Neddick and their fascinating and lovable animal ambassadors who will help us explore the vast variety of wildlife in our state.… Read more.
Join us for an evening of education and celebration featuring some of Maine’s iconic and beautiful wildlife. Ed Robinson, avid outdoorsman and writer, returns to the library to deliver his latest presentation featuring stunning images, animal calls, facts and anecdotes about a wide variety of species that make Maine such a special place.… Read more.
Throughout history, humans have been inspired by nature. This month’s Maine Wildlife program offers the opportunity to use the Center for Wildlife’s live animal ambassadors as the inspiration for your own creative expression.… Read more.
Would you like to be able to understand what the birds are telling you or are saying about you? Did you know that we’re the only species not tuned into wild conversations happening in your own backyard?… Read more.
Are you as curious as we are about fishers, those most elusive of Maine’s woodland creatures? Join us as we dive headfirst into what makes everyone’s favorite/least favorite Mustelid tick.… Read more.