24Sep2019

Fall Sparrow Walk

From 7pm until 8pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

Will Broussard, Tin Mountain board member and bird aficionado, will lead participants through the commonly seen sparrow species in anticipation of the subsequent walk. You do not need to attend the walk to join (although we hope you do!).

26Sep2019

Fall Warbler Morning Bird Walk

From 8am until 10am

At Jackson Ski Touring parking lot on Valley Cross Road, Jackson

Every Thursday in September from 8-10am

Jackson Ski Touring parking lot on Valley Cross Road, Jackson

Come see the fall migration! All birders welcome. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours.

28Sep2019

Fall Sparrow Walk

From 8am

At Meet at the Maine Visitor Center, Route 302

Join the Tin Mountain Bird Society for this fall avian exploration. Bring your binoculars or borrow ours. All are welcome, regardless of birding level!

29Sep2019

Saving our Seas

From 2pm until 3:30pm

At Nature Learning Center, Albany

2 great speakers, 1 great program. Join Tin Mountain for an Afternoon about the Ocean.

Artist & scientist Bonnie Monteleone of the Plastic Ocean Project will present Stemming the Tide of Ocean Plastics. She will provide an overview of the problem; how it is being addressed through research, outreach, & public/private partnerships; & how we, as individuals, can help.  

Blue whale expert, Michael Fishbach will then present Whales: Unlikely Climate Change Superheroes. Fishbach will reveal mysteries about the blue whale- the largest creature that has ever existed. This species, along with other whales, has an oversized role in restoring ocean health and combating climate change. Accidental ship collisions and marine plastics are killing these animals but the Great Whale Conservancy has an innovative plan to save them!