Migration with the National Audubon Society’s Project Puffin

Have you noticed different birds outside now that spring is here? Come learn about WHERE birds go, HOW they know the way there and back, and WHY they travel during the spring with the National Audubon Society’s Project Puffin! Seabird Sue – a birdwatcher in her woods and beyond – will offer a variety of hands-on activities as we take a close look at bird nests, feathers, lightweight bones, and even get to dress up as a puffin during this interactive science program. Space is limited, purchase your tickets today!$4/person plus admission. For tickets call 828-1234 x231 or stop by the front desk.

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Wonderful Puffins Tomorrow, Sat. 12.6

project-puffin-slideWonderful Puffins with National Audubon’s
Project Puffin (R$)
Saturday, December 6, 2014 2:00 PM
Join educator and biologist “Seabird Sue” Schubel from National Audubon’s Project Puffin to explore the lives and adaptations of the amazing Atlantic Puffin! Maine is the only state in the U.S. where Atlantic Puffins nest – they are found on just four islands here.

With a variety of show and touch items and a take-home seabird craft, visitors will learn all about puffins through this interactive science program. There will also be puffin costumes for puffin play time!

Reservations recommended.
$4/person plus admission. For tickets call 828-1234 x231, stop by the front desk, or click here.