Do you ever surprise what hides beneath the ice of a frozen Maine pond? Have you ever ever witnessed shut up the springtime explosion of amphibian life that follows winter? Be part of Maine Grasp Naturalist and photographer Edwin Barkdoll, V.M.D. for a night of exploring life beneath the ice culminating within the annual amphibian emergence and migration on Zoom from 5-6 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 28.
Dr. Barkdoll will look at many creatures, from practically microscopic crustaceans to the shy salamanders and boisterous frogs who emerge after ice breakup. Anticipate to depart and by no means take a look at a frozen pond with fairly the identical eyes. Dr. Edwin Barkdoll is a long-time veterinarian based mostly in Surry. He acquired his Ph.D. and V.M.D from the College of Pennsylvania and is a seasoned Maine Grasp Naturalist.
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