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Acadia’s Wildlife: A Field Report for the 21st Century

Blue Hill Hertiage Trust / Downeast Audubon
Date: Tuesday Apr 26, 2016
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.


This lecture is the third lecture in a three-part series that Downeast Audubon, in partnership with Blue Hill Heritage Trust are sponsoring to focus on the Acadia National Park Centennial. Seth Benz has been a former interpretive ranger for ANP and now engages people of all ages in Citizen Science. Currently, he is the director of the Bird Ecology Lab at Schoodic Institute. His slide presentation will present a perspective on the wildlife of Acadia as the park celebrates its 100th anniversary, and give a glimpse into the future, particularly about the anticipated changes with birdlife.

There will be a reception at 6:30 and the lecture will begin at 7:00 p.m.

Also in the lecture series:

April 19: Ruth and Duane Braun – Assembling the Mount Desert Island and Blue Hill Peninsula Geology Puzzle
April 21: Jack Russell – Acadian Passages: Perspectives on the History of Our Park

Location: Blue Hill Public Library, Howard Room
Contact Name: Downeast Audubon and Blue Hill Heritage Trust
Contact Phone #: 207-664-4400 (DEA) - 207-374-5118 (BHHT)
Event Sponsor(s): Blue Hill Heritage Trust Downeast Audubon 

This is a free event.

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