Sat, May 15 | Rines Wetland & Wildlife Preserve

Bird Migration Walk

Join Sebasticook Regional Land Trust for a walk through the Unity wetlands along the raised esker at the Rines Preserve.  Bird life abounds along this trail on the west side of Bog Brook. The timing should allow us to enjoy arriving spring migrants before the foliage dominates the view.
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Time & Location

May 15, 7:00 AM – 9:30 AM
Rines Wetland & Wildlife Preserve, Unity, ME

About the Event

The round-trip walk is a mile and a half and departs from the trailhead parking lot on Rt. 139 2.3 miles west of Main St. SRLT board chair Tom Aversa will lead the walk and help us identify a diversity of birds while also noting other natural history.  

All are welcome but please leave the pets at home. To more fully enjoy the walk, binoculars will be indispensable. Although the trail is dry, wear waterproof footwear for muddy spots and early morning dew.  For more property information, visit our website: sebasticookrlt.org. 

Please practice tick safety (long pants, socks) and wear your face covering. To help ensure a quality experience and protect community health due to COVID-19, participation is limited and pre-registration is required.

Donations of $15 are encouraged to support this and future CommUNITY Workshops with the Ecology Learning Center and Sebasticook Regional Land Trust.

Registration is Closed

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