UPCOMING

Appalachian Trail Workday, all day Sept. 18 in Caratunk

The Maine Appalachian Trail Club is looking for volunteers to help on a trail work day. The MATC manages and maintains the 267 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Maine. Volunteers are needed to help bring materials to the trail for an upcoming installation at Pleasant Pond campsite near Caratunk. Contact [email protected]

Ragged Mountain Scuttle, 10 a.m. Sept. 18 in Camden

The Ragged Mountain Scuttle, a 3.1-mile obstacle challenge, features 20 obstacles on a cross country course. It’s a fundraiser for the Camden Snow Bowl and Go! Malawi, which supports education, health and the well-being of orphans in Malawi. Individuals or teams can compete. Cost is $55, or $30 for students 18 and under. To learn more, write [email protected]

Myths About Bats, 7 p.m. Sept. 20 in Wells

There are more than 1,300 known species of bats, comprising nearly a quarter of all mammal species. David Yates, the mammal program director at the Biodiversity Research Institute in Portland, will share some of the research he’s done on bats at the Wells Reserve at Laudholm. The event is sponsored by York County Audubon. All welcome, no cost.

Hawk Workshop, 9 a.m. Sept. 25 in Cape Neddick

York County Audubon is collaborating with the Mount Agamenticus Conservation Region to present a workshop in the Learning Lodge at the Mt. Agamenticus summit, a great vantage point to see the raptor migration. The workshop will run for two hours, then after lunch the group will look for hawks from the summit. Bring a bag lunch and binoculars. Space is limited and registration is required. Cost is $10. To register, go to yorkcountyaudubon.org.

– Send event listings to [email protected]