Lewiston Bird Walks/6 a.m. in Lewiston

The Stanton Bird Club of Lewiston/Auburn is hosting a series of Tuesday morning bird walks. The walks start at 6 a.m. and go from Bates College to Riverside Cemetery. Tom Hayward is the leader for the spring event. Meet at Hathorn Hall on Campus Avenue. No cost. All welcome. Call 782-5238.


Young Green Thumbs/4 to 5 p.m. in Topsham

The popular children’s series offered by Local Farms — Local Foods will move to Topsham from Bath. Educational coordinator Becky Kolak will lead agricultural-themed activities and discussions for children. Learn stories of farm sheep, make homemade pesto or plant seeds to start a summer garden. The workshops are geared toward children ages 4 and up. All welcome. No cost. To register, call 725-1727.

Fish Printing Fun/10 a.m. to noon in Standish

The Sebago Lake Ecology Center is offering a slate of outdoor activities through the week. Monday will feature geocashing and lessons in vernal pools, Wednesday visitors will hear the call of the loon, and on Thursday, children can print a fish T-shirt using robber models and paint. Bring your own T-shirt. The ecology center is located at the intersection of Routes 237 and 35. Free and open to the public, but registration is required. Call 774-5961, ext. 3324.


Cottontail Rabbit Work/2 to 5 p.m. in Scarborough

Join the Scarborough Land Trust and help restore habitat for the New England cottontail rabbit. Plant shrubs and pull up invasive plants to help create a corridor where wild rabbits can roam. Meet at the Camp Ketcha kiosk off Black Point Road. Bring boots or sneakers, water and work gloves. Call 289-1199 to sign up.

Big Cat Cage Open/all day in Gray

The Maine Wildlife Park’s new Mountain Lion exhibit is open after a year of construction. The exhibit is the largest of its kind in New England, according to the park. It features boulders, caves and trees to simulate the cougar’s natural habitat. Admission is $7 for ages 13 to 60, and $5 for ages 4 to 12 and 61 or older. Children under 3 are free. Visit www.maine wildlifepark.com.

— Compiled by Deirdre Fleming