“The Mystery of Maine’s Wildlife” – A Zoom Talk by Ed Robinson
Readers of the first volume of Nature Notes from Maine enjoyed not only stunning photographs and drawings, but also personal essays on 40 varied species found in Maine. In Nature Notes from Maine Volume II, Ed Robinson again combines detailed information on the biology and life cycle of each subject with humorous anecdotes of his interactions with wild creatures. Volume II features another 40 species, including some of the most popular with both tourists and residents. Atlantic puffins are universally loved for their distinctive coloring and comical walk. Black bears are among the most popular animals in Maine, but they are quite reclusive. Canada lynx are doing well in Maine’s big woods, but most people know little about these beautiful cats. Join us for an afternoon Zoom photo presentation with these animals and more that is sure to delight!
Ed Robinson has been writing and speaking about the outdoors for years. He grew up in the Finger Lakes region of New York where he developed a love of the natural world. This love was nourished even more throughout years of global travel. He settled in Maine in 2007 and has been photographing and writing about Maine wildlife ever since.
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