Project Puffin will continue its Wednesday night lecture series on Aug. 17 at 5 p.m., with a presentation by Pete Salmansohn, who will be discussing six bird restoration stories, rich with adventure and dedication.

One story to be discussed will be how in New Zealand, herculean efforts saved the tiny black robin when there were only five of these little song birds left in the world. Come hear how unlikely heroes fought the odds against them to save wild birds–and about the birds themselves, some on the brink of extinction.

Salmansohn is an educator for The Audubon Society and was named Maine’s Environmental Educator in 1988. Please call to reserve a seat, 596-5566.