Join wildlife photographer Andy Anderson at Gilsland Farm in Falmouth to learn basic to advanced nature & wildlife photography techniques. Classroom instruction will include the fundamentals of photography and use of your camera. All skill levels are welcome. Staff Naturalist Mike Windsor will join the class as we… Read More
    John Rivers spends a lot of time outdoors waiting for the few brief seconds that the birds appear through his lens. This constant pattern of waiting, watching and listening coupled with periods of observing the birds and the frenzy of getting the shots helps give John an appreciation… Read More
    Join us for The Nature of Maine, an exciting new series of field trips that explore Maine’s natural history through hands-on explorations! Our first trip will venture to Acadia National Park to explore the rocky intertidal zones, mud flats, salt marshes, and spruce-fir forests of Acadia’s stunning coast. Read More
    Join fellow moose lovers for a unique weekend of moose stalking in the northern forest. In rut (breeding season) and looking for a female, adult male moose sporting full antlers for their month-long mating season are on the move. Our leaders will use birch-bark horns to imitate the… Read More
    Located 12 miles offshore, Monhegan Island offers refuge for migrating birds moving along the coastal flyway. Late September is peak for falcons and Accipiters and the aerial pursuits of their preferred avian prey can be amazing. At this time of year the neo-tropical migrants start to give way… Read More
    When Maine Audubon first began running this trip in 1969, sighting one or two eagles was all that could be expected. Since then, the bald eagle population has rebounded from the devastating effects of pesticide poisoning, and recent trips have seen as many as 38 eagles! We will… Read More
    The natural history of mushrooms and their role in ecosystems will be the focus of this day’s outing. We will search for and discover the world of fungus with discoveries at every turn throughout the 60-acre Gilsland Farm property, discussing every fungus we encounter. An optional mushroom slide… Read More
    Please join Maine Audubon staff naturalist Mike Windsor any Thursday morning from 7-9 a.m. for our weekly bird walk at the 60-acre Gilsland Farm Audubon Center in Falmouth. In addition to our feathered friends, we’ll be on the lookout for other plants and animals. All ages and abilities… Read More
    Join us each Wednesday morning from 10-11 a.m. at the Fields Pond Audubon Center to stretch, energize and relax. This weekly yoga class is open to all levels. You’ll enjoy the gorgeous views from the windows. Your leader will be Holly Twining, Maine Audubon naturalist, certified yoga instructor. Read More
    Float along the lake shore as waning day becomes moonlit night. Bring your own canoe / kayak or rent one of our canoes for $5 for this naturalist-guided excursion. Loons, eagles, and bats may grace your trip. Heavy rain or thunder would cancel the trip, and your payment… Read More
    Through various art forms we will discover some of the secrets of the marsh. Children of ages 6 to 10 will explore the marsh and then participate on a craft activity. The cost is $5 per child for Maine Audubon members, $7 per child for non-members. Read More