ROCKLAND — “Fishers are King” is the third chapter in a trilogy of wildlife appreciation presentations by the Maine Coast Heritage Trust. Following the pace set by the “Owls are Easy” talk and its sequel “Otters are Easier,” “Fishers are King” will dive headfirst into what makes everyone’s favorite/least Mustelid (weasel family) fishers. Personal stories, photos, and videos will make this a Thursday night full of education and appreciation as we explore the concept of Fishers in Midcoast Maine. Tracking tips and advice will be shared, as well as reviews (often uncensored) of helpful tools.

Kirk Gentalen is the Fox Island Regional Steward for the Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) and has 28 years of environmental education experience from all over the country. Kirk’s main hobby is to be entertained by the natural world, and he has found that the “big fisher in his neighborhood” is a source of boundless entertainment. Currently living on the St. George peninsula with his family, Amy and Leif, Kirk writes a nature column (“Nature Bummin”) for MCHT (mcht.org/story-tag/nature-bummin) and edits the Vinalhaven Sightings Report (vinalhavensightings.blogspot.com). Then he goes outside.

This event will take place in the Community Room and will be livestreamed via Zoom. The Rockland Public Library is located at 80 Union St. For more information or for Zoom links, please email elewis@rocklandmaine.gov by 4 p.m. on Nov. 17.