Warden’s Report- Mayflies are hatching!

Megunticook Watershed, Early Spring-  Around the watershed the annual Spring chores, raking leaves ,chainsawing downed trees, and getting the floats and ramps in place are getting done despite the cold and wet weather.  Many folks have remodeling, painting and roofing...

NATURE WALK WITH COASTAL MOUNTAINS NATURE PROGRAM: MAY 6

Join Merryspring’s Brett Willard and Registered Maine Guide and year 2000 Maine Audubon Volunteer of the Year, Gary Roberts, in this exploration of the Signs of Spring at Merryspring. We will look for early spring wildflowers, budding shrubs and trees and vernal pool...

Springtime and Other Topics

It’s spring here in the Megunticook Watershed,  docks are being put in and camps are opening. Below are a few items I’ve been meaning to distribute. April in the Watershed-  Attached are a few pics from Warden Dale LakeSmart– Springtime also means...

SPRING FORAGING WORKSHOP: APRIL 29

Maine naturalist and wild food expert Tom Seymour returns to lead a spring edible plant workshop and walk on Saturday, April 29 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.This class will introduce beginning foragers to a variety of edible spring plants. Guests will learn how to...

SPRINGTIME!

Just a few pics from around the watershed. Last weeks rain raised the water to about 10 inches above the spillway which now is slowly receding. The ice is looking mighty slushy; and with the warm temps yesterday and today ice out should be...