Full Moon Hike, 6 p.m. Feb. 2, Jefferson

Join naturalist Lynn Flaccus for a full moon hike and owl prowl at Hidden Valley Nature Center in Jefferson. Come learn to call for owls and identify their calls, and explore some of the 30 miles of trails. This event is great for all ages and abilities. The walk will be a little more than a mile, and the difficulty will vary depending on the ground conditions. Dress warmly with plenty of layers, and bring snowshoes if necessary. HVNC has just a few pairs of snowshoes so please reserve a pair if you need them. Bring a headlamp or flashlight. Cost is $5. Register at hvnc.org/registration, or call 200-8840.

Streams and Culverts, 6:30 p.m. Jan. 22, Holden

Join Barbara Charry, biologist with Maine Audubon, to learn how we can connect fish and wildlife habitat while protecting roads and public safety through the use of proper culvert crossings. The talk is at the Fields Pond Audubon Center. Cost is $6. Register at maineaudubon.org.


Winter Tracking, 10 a.m., Boothbay

The Boothbay Region Land Trust is leading a winter tracking class at the Zak Preserve on Route 27 in Boothbay. While it can be hard to see animals in the winter, it’s easier then ever to find the signs they are there.

Find tracks and identify them on this 1-mile hike. The preserve is located on Route 27, 5.3 miles north of the traffic light in Boothbay Harbor. Wear appropriate footwear for the weather. To learn more, go to bbrlt.org.


Winter Birds of Bangor, 8 a.m., Holden

Join Jerry Smith for a four-hour excursion around greater Bangor looking for wintering feathered friends. The group will search for waxwings, winter finches and waterfowl. No cost. Meet at Fields Pond Audubon Center. To learn more, call 989-2591.

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