The Kennebec Woodland Partnership and our Partners sponsor numerous events that connect people to our woodlands and provide valuable resources for improving our understanding and management of our forests. Come join us!
July 25, 2013: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Steve Pelletier, CWB, C/L Forester, PWS; Principal Scientist, Stantec
How many bat species are in Maine? Which are most common and which are rare?
What’s a typical annual life cycle of a bat? Do they migrate or hibernate? How long do they live?
Do bats go offshore?
How is White Nose Syndrome affecting bats in the northeast?
What tools are most effective in monitoring bat activity?
Directions to the Ladd Center:
Take Rt. 133 to Wayne Village. Turn south on the Old Winthrop Road; after 0.25 miles turn right on Gott Road. The Ladd Center is on the left. Phone: 685-4616.
Free and open to the public.
Forestry Vernal Pool Ecology and Management Workshop - Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Professor Aram Calhoun, University of Maine; and Gordon Moore, Maine Forest Service District Forester, provided an introductory workshop focused on providing landowners and land managers with a general knowledge of the vernal pool habitat and the basic tools to manage these sites in a working forest environment.
- Forestry Habitat Management Guidelines for Vernal Pool Wildlife (pdf | 3.7 MB)
- The Great Temperate Forest Migration - with speaker notes (pdf | 6.9MB)
For more information on vernal pools, please visit: www.umaine.edu/vernalpools