The general public is invited to “Predators: The Stability of Nature,” a free on-line webinar introduced by the Chewonki Basis, at 7 pm Wednesday, March 10, hosted by Western Maine Audubon.
Scary, disgusting, nasty, vicious – nature’s predators have a foul fame. This presentation explores the numerous frequent myths about predators after which makes an attempt to dispel these myths. Highlighting the exceptional diversifications that assist predators discover and eat their prey, the presentation will have interaction attendees with a full of life slideshow and full of life dialogue. Chewonki’s presenter will use the prism of meals webs and pure cycles to discover the problems going through predators in our world, together with examples of their decline all through historical past on account of habitat loss and l human interference. A dialogue of present occasions will emphasize the significance of predators in sustaining the worldwide ecological steadiness.
This presentation is free for most of the people. To register, please go surfing to the Western Maine Audubon internet web page at western.maineaudubon.org/occasions/, and click on on the register button which is able to take you to the Maine Audubon registration web page for this occasion. After registering, you’ll obtain an electronic mail affirmation and the required hyperlink to the convention.
Camden Library to host ‘By the Waters of the Winds’ artwork exhibit and movie occasion