Join us for a walk with avid outdoorsman, George Ritz, and Maine Master Naturalist, Tom Adams, on Central Penjajawoc Preserve. Discussion will be determined by what we find! We’ll meet up at Bangor Pet Resort & Spa, 1412 Essex Street – across the road and down… Read More
    Sandra Mitchell will follow up on the November tracks and signs class in the field at Northeast Penjajawoc Preserve. Hope for perfect weather conditions to practice our new skills. Bring snowshoes if needed. Please RSVP at 942-1010 or info@bangorlandtrust.org. Read More
    There are ways to know the trees in winter when the leaves are gone, if you know what to look for. Indoor lecture and workshop with Larry Beauregard. 9 Central St, Suite 201. Please RSVP at 942-1010 or info@bangorlandtrust.org… Read More
    Sandra Mitchell will show us what to look for to determine which animal left that mark in the mud or snow. She’ll touch on other types of sign that they leave as well. The first part of two classes with slideshow and handouts to help you get started. Read More
    Learn the basics about ferns at Bangor Land Trust’s Central Penjajawoc Preserve, Saturday, August 5 at 10 am with naturalist, Grace Bartlett. Meet at the preserve’s kiosk/trailhead off Essex Street near the Burleigh/Essex Street intersection. Read More
    Meet at Bangor Land Trust’s West Penjajawoc Grassland preserve kiosk at the end of Fox Hollow Drive on Friday, July 21 at 8:00 pm to learn how to detect bats with bat biologist, Katelin Craven. Sunset is at 8:12. We’ll have a short talk while there is still… Read More
    Explore Walden-Parke Preserve in search of Lady Slippers and other early wildflowers with George Elliott and Grace Bartlett. Meet at the Walden-Parke Preserve kiosk at the Tamarack Trail kiosk at 10 am. Be sure to wear good walking shoes!… Read More
    Join up for what should be an action-packed May morning at Essex Woods with biologist and avid birder, Robert Ostrowski, at one of his favorite Bangor birding hot spots. The birding walk starts early at 7 a.m. from the Watchmaker Street parking area off Essex Street. Be sure… Read More
    Ever wondered how lichens survive and thrive? Learn more about them – how they gain energy, reproduce, and types found in Maine. Presenter, Grace Bartlett, will lead you through a powerpoint presentation and share lichen sample collections. Read More
    Learn about the lives of polar bear in the Hudson Bay. See how polar bear are adapted for the Arctic and learn how this majestic bear is threatened by climate change. Join in at the Bangor Land Trust office, 8 Harlow Street Suite 4B on Saturday, January 28… Read More
    Beaver are second only to humans in how much they change their environment. Learn more about this incredible mammal with naturalist, Christy Stout. Join us for a powerpoint presentation and informal discussion in the Bangor Land Trust office at 8 Harlow Street on Saturday, January 7th at 10… Read More
    Brandon Delano, a senior in the Environmental Science Program at Husson University, will be sharing information about Invasive Species in the US and the results of his capstone project on invasive plant species in Bangor’s Walden-Parke Preserve. The presentation is Thursday, December 15 at 7 pm… Read More
    Explore the new loop trail in Central Penjajawoc Preserve in search of winter weeds with leader Grace Bartlett. Meet at the kiosk off Essex Street. Look for a small parking area just below the level of the road 400 yards south of the intersection of… Read More
    Meet at the Bangor Land Trust kiosk at the end of Tamarack Trail. We’ll hike the Blue Trail at Walden-Parke Preserve in hopes of hearing HOO might be there. You might want to bring a headlamp or flashlight. Read More
    Let’s make local roads safer and local streams healthier. Come learn about Stream Smart on Thursday, August 4 from 6 to 7:30 pm at the Keith Anderson Communicy House, 19 Bennoch Road, Orono. The workshop is free to attend, registration is required. Call 942-1010 or info@bangorlandtrust.org. Learn about… Read More
    Bangor Land Trust’s Pedal the Penobscot celebrates cycling and supports Bangor’s wild back yard. The ride offers five distance options, from a family-friendly 10 miles to a must-do ‘flat’ century route. This one-day ride offers beautiful views of the mighty and historic Penobscot River, tours small towns, and… Read More
    Explore Central Penjajawoc Preserve with Maine master naturalist Donne Sinderson. Look for late-blooming flowers and talk about fruit and seed production and distribution. The loop through Central is 1 1/2 miles with exposed roots and rocks. Wear good hiking shoes and bring your camera. Read More
    Take the challenge before August 31. Visit five Bangor Land Trust preserves featured in the Challenge booklet, hike the trails, and stamp the booklet with stamps found at each preserve. Then visit Bangor Land Trust’s office on the fourth floor of 8 Harlow Street in downtown Bangor to… Read More
    Calling all tree lovers! Join us on the evening of the first day of summer, Monday, June 20, for a tree ID walk led by Dr. Steve Sader, a tree expert with the School of Forest Resources at UMaine. The walk may cover a little more than a… Read More
    Meet at West Penjajawoc Grasslands at the end of Fox Hollow Lane to explore the wildflowers and learn about pollination with Maine Master Naturalist, Grace Bartlett. Be sure to wear good hiking shoes and be prepared for biting bugs. Don’t forget your camera!… Read More