Gap Tracks Project: Wildlife on the Eastern Trail with University of New England Professor Dr. Noah Perlut
Watch the amazing camera footage for research being conducted by students at UNE on the wildlife along the proposed new Eastern Trail Close the Gap section to Portland. This study assesses the wildlife community in the Gap of the Eastern Trail and Nonesuch River before, during and after trail construction. This lecture was presented by FOSM and the Scarborough Public Library on 4/27/22.
If you missed the lecture on October 12 by Dr. Phillip deMaynadier, Ph.D, Supervisory Wildlife Biologist's for Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife with 22 years of experience, you can still view it at this link and below.
Butterflies and moths are a diverse and ecologically important group of insects that are threatened by habitat loss, pollution, and climate change. Phillip will share best management practices for butterflies and other pollinators.
If you missed Zach's talk on 5/11/21 presented by Friends of Scarborough Marsh and Scarborough Public Library, you can still view it at this link. You'll be hooked!
Sea Level Storms and Surges, Oh My! Zoom talk by Peter Slovinsky, Marine Geologist and FOSM Board Member
Join Linda Woodard, Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center Director and Board Member of the Friends of Scarborough Marsh, for this in-depth look at the birds of Maine’s largest saltmarsh.
Birds of the Scarborough Marsh was presented by Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative and the Portland Public Library with FOSM as part of the Sustainability Series on October 28th with over 130 on-line attendees. You can still view the recording of this wonderful presentation here.
March Lecture - Dr. Susan Adamowicz - US Fish and Wildlife - Change and Resilience in the Salt Marsh
Marine Geologist with Maine Geological Survey and FOSM Board member
Our first lecture was a true success! If you missed seeing Pete Slovinsky speak at Cabela's, you can catch the lecture here - part 1 and part 2. Enjoy!