Join us for a week of events themed around watersheds, rivers, and the wildlife that depends on them.
April 26, 7 pm: Maine’s Great Migration
Each spring millions of adult alewives make their way up Maine’s rivers and streams and into their natal lakes to spawn. Join Maine Audubon’s David Lamon as he leads you through one of Maine’s great natural history events.
April 27, 6 pm: Family Trivia Night—Super Salmon
Where can you still see wild salmon in the US? What does anadromous mean? What other migratory fish live in Maine? Put your knowledge to the test! These Zoom trivia sessions are designed to be fun, interactive, and only as competitive as you want them to be!
April 28, 7 pm: “River Voices: Perspectives on the Presumpscot” Virtual Author Presentation
Join author Rob Sanford and art editor Michael Shaughnessy as they discuss the book, their experiences, and the current efforts underway to restore and conserve the Presumpscot.
April 29, 7 pm: “Restoring the Penobscot River” Panel Presentation
John Banks, Penobscot Nation; Kate Dempsey, Nature Conservancy; Andy Goode, Atlantic Salmon Federation; Pete Didisheim, Natural Resources Council Maine; and Sally Stockwell, Maine Audubon will share their experiences, discuss the new book, From the Mountains to the Sea, and look ahead to what’s next for the Penobscot River.
NOTE: These are all live, online events. Recordings will not be made available after the program.