The Big Night: amphibian migration monitoring in Maine

The Camden Public Library announces a new series of nature programs in partnership with the Maine-based nonprofit organization, Center for Wildlife Studies. The first program in the CWS “Wild Maine” Series will be Tuesday, March 29, at 6:30 pm. The online program will be hosted by Greg LeClair, project coordinator for Maine Big Night, and will explore amphibian migration in Maine. Register and receive a Zoom link to attend by visiting the “What’s Happening” adult events calendar at Learn more about the Center for Wildlife Studies at

How to outsmart a beaver

In an online program hosted by Coastal Rivers Conservation Trust, Thursday March 24 at 4 p.m., Skip Lisle of Beaver Deceivers International will explain how a device he developed called the Beaver Deceiver can allow beavers to thrive, while preventing damage to human property. Lisle holds a master’s degree in wildlife management from the University of Maine. In addition to the Beaver Deceiver, he has also invented devices for manipulating the flow of water and deterring beavers from behavior that would put them in conflict with humans. This program is free of charge: registration is required at A link will be sent to participants after registration. For more information, email or visit

Merryspring talk on sustainable forest management

Midcoast District Forester Allyssa Gregory will lead a presentation on Sustainable Forest Management in an online webinar hosted by Merryspring Nature Center Tuesday, April 5 at noon. During this talk, Gregory will address ways to manage woodlands sustainably to meet those overall property objectives. She will discuss defining woodland goals, basic sustainable silviculture practices, forest stressors, and programs for woodland owners. Access to a computer or smart device is required to attend. Please email to register for this program. Zoom links will be sent on the morning of the program. Attendance is free for all. For more information, contact or call 236-2239.