HANCOCK — Friends of Taunton Bay is sponsoring an online program titled “Maine’s Native Amphibians” on Monday, March 29, at 7 p.m.
Maine’s native amphibians are seldom thought of but provide a vital role in the stability of our natural resources as an indicator species. Through this presentation, Maine Master Naturalist Paul Powers will explore the life cycles of amphibians, fun facts about them, their seasonal activities, their status with the state and the importance of Maine’s “Big Night” program.
Participants will learn to recognize the amphibians commonly seen on “Big Night.” Powers is a professional wildlife photographer and environmental educator. He donates many of his works to organizations who promote wildlife preservation and rehabilitation.
For more information, visit www.friendsoftauntonbay.org.