TRESCOTT, Maine — “Bats!” will be the topic at Ray Brown’s Fundy Audubon’s presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 15, at Cobscook Community Learning Center, 10 Dennison Point Road.
Ray Brown is the supervisory wildlife biologist at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge where he monitors and manages for wildlife populations, including bats. He as conducted acoustic monitoring of bats at Moosehorn and has been involved in an artificial bat hibernacula project at Aroostook NWR for the last 3 years.
Although he is originally from Midcoast Maine, he spent the majority of his career studying and managing federal lands for migratory birds and endangered species in southern, western, and mid-Atlantic states. He holds a B.S. degree in Wildlife management from the University of Maine and a M.S. in biology from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas.
All Fundy Audubon meetings are free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be available.
Call 733-2068 for information.