2013 Evening Programs
The Third Thursday of the Month
Belfast Free Library, Abbott Room, 6:30 p.m.
Our last Evening Program until September:
May 16: The Maine Master Naturalist Program: Results of the Belfast Class. Come learn about some of the Capstone Projects completed by participants in the MMNP as it took place this year in Belfast under the direction of Cloe Chunn.
The Capstone Projects
“How did this place come to be? Why the Maine landscape looks how it looks, from deep history to the
“Follow Henry David Thoreau, the naturalist's Naturalist, through Maine's North Woods.” An accompanying art exhibit is on display in the Kramer Gallery.
“Declining Migrant Songbirds: Why and what we can do to help.”
“Explore bog habitats of Knights Pond.”
“The beauty of butterflies: an introduction to butterfly photography.”
“Impacts on the health of our local estuaries and the consequences.”
“Explore a headland and its marine and terrestrial species.”
“Explore the Camden waterfront and Amphitheater, and learn about the marine life and ecosystems of the Megunticook River mouth.”