Bats on the Brink – Tuesday November 8, 7:00 PM

Posted by Michael Gorzka on November 4th, 2016

batCornerstones of Science Bat Program presented by Susan Gallo of Maine Audubon.

Despite popular belief, bats are friendly, useful creatures that protect humans from disease. And their numbers are plummeting.

In 2015, the Northern long-eared bat was listed as a federally threatened species. In Maine, the Northern long-eared bat and the little brown bat have been listed as endangered and the Eastern small footed has been listed as threatened.

Day & Time: Tuesday November 8, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Location: Morrell Meeting Room

Contact: Pamela Bobker 725-5242 X214 pbobker@curtislibrary.com

Guided Bird Walk at Mitchell Field – Tuesday October 25, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Posted by Michael Gorzka on October 14th, 2016

whitehead-client-9-21Derek Lovitch of Freeport Wild Bird Supply will lead a guided bird walk at Mitchell Field in Harpswell.

Registration is required for this event.

Please contact the references services desk at 725-5242 X 510 to register.

Day & Time: Tuesday October 25, 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM

Contact: Reference Desk 725-5242 x510 refdesk@curtislibrary.com

Location: Offsite Event

COS Fall Science Read – Wednesday, October 19, 12:00 PM

Posted by Michael Gorzka on October 8th, 2016

book coverProgramming around The Homing Instinct: Meaning and Mystery in Animal Migration by Bernd Heinrich.

Eric Topper of Maine Audubon will give a presentation on “Homing in on our Homes,” an illustrated primer on what people can do in their own yards and public spaces to benefit both migratory and resident wildlife.

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Eric Topper

Day & Time: Wednesday, October 19, 12:00 PM – 1 PM

Location: Morrell Meeting Room

Contact: Pamela Bobker 725-5242 X214 | pbobker@curtislibrary.com