Neighborhood Bird Walks

Unless otherwise indicated, all walks are from 7:00 – 8:30 AM.  Rubber boots or waterproof shoes are recommended due to wet grass and occasional muddy conditions.  In consideration of wildlife and fellow birders, no pets please on the bird walks.

Friday, May 8:  Indian Trail and Penobscot County Conservation Assn., Brewer
Leaders:  Gordon Russell, Jane Rosinski
Meet at Penobscot County Conservation Assn., North Main St.

Saturday, May 9 (Spring Fest – Int’l Migratory Bird Day):  Fields Pond Audubon Center, Holden
Leaders:  Bruce Barker, Jerry Smith
Meet in Fields Pond Audubon Center parking lot.

Tuesday, May 12:  Bangor City Forest, Bangor
Leaders:  Paul Markson, Gloria Vollmers
Meet at parking lot in BCF at end of Kittredge Rd.

Wednesday, May 13:  Mt. Hope Cemetery, Bangor
Leaders:  Jim and Kathy Zeman
Meet in the parking area inside the State St. entrance

Friday, May 15:  Saxl Park, Bangor
Leaders:  Laura Levenson, Elizabeth Payne
Meet in Cascade Park parking lot, just off State St.

Monday, May 18:  Leonard’s Mills, Bradley
Leader:  Sandi Duchesne
Meet at the junction of Government Rd and Rt. 178

Wednesday, May 20:  Bangor City Forest, Bangor
Leader:  Paul Corcoran
Meet at parking lot in BCF at end of Tripp Dr.

Thursday, May 21:  Essex Woods, Bangor
Leaders:  Robert Ostrowski, Gordon Russell
Meet in the parking lot at the end of Watchmaker Rd.

Friday, May 22:  Caribou Bog area, Orono
Co-sponsored by Orono Land Trust
Leaders:  Elizabeth Payne, Holly Twining
Meet at OLT parking area 0.3 mi in on Taylor Rd. from Forest Ave.

Saturday, May 23:  Technology Park, Orono
Leaders:  Jerry Longcore, Jim Bird
Meet in the parking lot behind building across from Black Bear Inn on Godfrey Dr.

Tuesday, May 26:  West Penjajawoc Preserve, Bangor
Co-sponsored by Bangor Land Trust
Leaders:  Lucy Quimby, Elizabeth Payne
Meet at the dead end of Fox Hollow Lane, off Essex St.

Wednesday, May 27:  Kenduskeag Stream Trail, Bangor
Leaders:  Hope Brogunier, Joni Dunn (Gordon Russell, Jane Rosinski)
Meet in the 2nd parking lot upstream of the intersection of Valley Ave. and Bruce Rd.

Mission Of The Penobscot Valley Chapter Of Maine Audubon:

Conserving wildlife and wildlife habitat by connecting people to our regional natural heritage, through enjoyable and meaningful activities that educate and promote greater environmental awareness.

The Penobscot Valley Chapter offers programs and field trips throughout the year at low cost or no cost to Audubon members. The Chapter is closely allied with Fields Pond Audubon Center. The Chapter’s newsletter is named the Fields Pond Journal and carries news and activities from both groups. A representative of the Center serves on the Chapter board ex officio.

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