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Belfast Free Library


April 2021

Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition Program

April 15 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Running Silver! Landis Hudson, Executive Director of Maine Rivers, will talk about what it takes to restore river health. How can you fix a river? What is the relationship between rivers and the Gulf of Maine, and how are dam removals shaping the future of river restoration efforts in Maine? Landis will draw on her experiences leading the Alewife Restoration Initiative to restore fish passage to China Lake by removing dams and installing fishways to bring back an annual run…

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Belfast Garden Club Daytime Program

April 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Monarchs, Milkweed and Migration: What we are learning, what they need to survive as a species.  Speaker: Cyrene Slegona Cyrene Slegona, of Belfast, will present a talk about Monarch butterflies, the mysteries of their North American migration and what we can do to help save these butterflies for future generations. Cyrene will review the life cycle and behaviors of each metamorphic stage, predation and disease, as well as current and future research about Monarchs. She will also discuss the milkweeds…

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“Stranded! Marine Mammal Response in the Northern Half of Maine” by Rosemary Seton of Allied Whale

April 27 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Rosemary will discuss the logistics of stranding response in the region Allied Whale covers, which is mid-coast Maine (Rockland) to the Canadian border. She will present the usual suspects of marine mammal species we find on and off our shores, what to do if you find a marine mammal in distress, and will also include a few cases from Sears Island with which she has dealt over the years. Since seals make up the preponderance of Allied Whale's stranding response,…

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