Western Maine Audubon presents “Maine Big Night: Amphibian Migration Monitoring”

Thomas Auditorium in UMF's Preble Hall 173 High Street, FARMINGTON

FARMINGTON – Western Maine Audubon is sponsoring a talk by Greg LeClair titled, “Maine Big Night: Amphibian Migration Monitoring.” The talk will be held live in Thomas Auditorium, Preble Hall on the UMF campus on Wednesday, March 13 at 7 p.m. It is free and open to the general public. April showers bring more than just May flowers to Maine – they also bring the massive annual breeding migration of amphibians throughout the state colloquially known as “big nights.” As many of these amphibians plod and hop through the landscape, they unfortunately face difficult obstacles towards reaching their breeding locations.

Western Maine Audubon presents: “Maine Big Night: Amphibian Migration Monitoring.” —a talk by Greg LeClair

Thomas Auditorium in UMF's Preble Hall 173 High Street, FARMINGTON

Western Maine Audubon is sponsoring a talk by Greg LeClair titled, “Maine Big Night: Amphibian Migration Monitoring.” The talk will be held live in Thomas Auditorium, Preble Hall on the UMF campus on Wednesday, March 13 at 7:00 pm. It is free and open to the general public.   April showers bring more than just May flowers to Maine - they also bring the massive annual breeding migration of amphibians throughout the state colloquially known as "big nights." As many of these amphibians plod and hop through the landscape, they unfortunately face difficult obstacles towards reaching their breeding locations. While

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