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  • Nature Talk: Otters, Owls and Tracking Animals in Winter

    Owl

    A winter animal

    Come and join naturalist Kirk Gentalen for “Otters, Owls and Tracking Animals in Winter” – a program on tracking mammals and other wildlife. Gentalen has been tracking and documenting activity for the last 15 mid-coast Maine winters and will present on what he has observed over this time. Tips, tricks, slides and stories of winter time nature observation excursions will make for an entertaining evening.

    Kirk Gentalen is a steward/naturalist for Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) with the bulk of his work focusing on Vinalhaven Island in Penobscot Bay.

    Date

    Nov 21 2019

    Time

    06:30 PM

    Location

    Rockland Public Library - Community Room
    80 Union St, Rockland, ME 04841, USA
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