Winter in the Woods

Discover the fascinating relationship between flora, fauna, and the forest as the snowflakes fly!

This event is postponed due to the recent stormy weather and road flooding events. 

WhenSaturday, March 3 at 10:00 am

Where: Weber Kelly Preserve in Georgetown

Kids, adults, and families are invited to join Maine Master Naturalists Volunteers Priscilla Seimer and Becky Kolak on a wintery nature walk.  The trek includes fun facts, hot cocoa, and ample exploration.

Seimer and Kolak will lead participants through the preserve looking for signs of animals, discussing how life in the Maine woods adapts to the cold temperatures, and sharing how to make seasonal observations all year long.

Phenology, or the study of seasonal natural phenomena, can be done by people of any age in any environment! It is a fun way to record interesting and everyday happenings in nature, which we can then look back on over the years to spot how our natural world changes with time.

Please register for this walk with KELT at 207-442-8400 or using the Google Form below. We will walk with or without snow, so participants should come prepared to spend 2 hours outside. In case of severe weather, the walk will be rescheduled.

To reach Weber Kelly Preserve, from Route 1 take Route 127 south and follow it for 8 miles to Bay Point Road. Turn right and follow Bay Point Road for two miles to the preserve parking lot, which is located on the left.

This event is generously supported by