The Project Puffin Visitor Center will continue its Wednesday Night Lecture series with a presentation by Don Reimer on Wednesday, Aug. 10 at 5 p.m.

His talk will involve a series of 80 original bird photographs taken at various times of the year at the Weskeag Marsh. Reimer will give a general overview of the marsh and its significance as a staging area for shorebirds and other waders. Many upland birds, including a variety of sparrows, inhabit the wooded and field sections around the outer margins of the salt marsh.

Finally, Reimer will cover shorebird identification and discuss the timing and migration strategies used by the 30-plus shorebird species that visit the marsh each year. Please call to reserve a seat, 596-5566.