Maine's spoooooky wildlife

Celebrate Halloween week with Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

Fri, 10/22/2021 - 1:45pm

This Halloween week, Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is shining light on some of Maine's spoooooky wildlife. Join them for a live virtual presentation to learn about some of Maine's often misunderstood wildlife, bats and coyotes, and whoooo owls really are.

Join them live or watch the recordings later on by clicking the links below.

barred owl  

Owls of Maine

Thursday, October 28 at 9am

Join us as we take a closer look at owls, one of Maine's several nocturnal animals. We will see what makes them so well adapted to the night life, and just whoooo they really are.

Click here to join. 

 

eastern red bat triple pups  

Bats of Maine

Thursday, October 28 at 6pm

Discover the wonders of bats! Join us as we hear from MDIFW Small Mammals Biologist Cory Stearns. We will learn about some of the unique adaptations of these nocturnal flying mammals, what they eat, where they go in winter, and how different species are doing in Maine. Also learn about the work a small mammals biologist does. Click here to join.

eastern coyote  

Coyotes of Maine

Friday, October 29 at 9am

Join us for a look into the lives of coyotes in Maine. We will learn about the unique adaptations of the eastern coyote, as well as learn about their diet and behavior. We'll be streaming live from the Maine Wildlife Park and may even catch a glimpse of the coyote that lives at the Park. Click here to join.