|August 26, 2013|
|9:00 am||to||10:30 am|
Co-sponsored by Boothbay Region Land Trust and Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Trees provide so many things for wildlife. From resting to nesting, shelter, and food, animals take advantage of all stages of a tree’s life cycle. Join Tracey Hall of the Boothbay Region Land Trust for a walk around the gardens at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens as she investigates the complex relationship between wildlife and trees.
Tracey Hall is Environmental Educator at the Boothbay Region Land Trust. A graduate of East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania, Tracey, along with her husband, Nick, was a caretaker on Damariscove Island for many summers. She teaches about wildlife and ecology through all the seasons.
Where: Meet in Bosarge Family Education Center, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens
Price: Free for members of CMBG or BRLT; $15 for non-members