Excellence in undergraduate and graduate education in wildlife ecology since 1935.

The University of Maine’s close proximity to a diverse array of ecosystems and wildlife provides an outstanding setting for our wildlife ecology program, and the many other programs in ecology, biology, and natural resources in the College of Natural Sciences, Forestry and Agriculture provide a diverse array of courses for wildlife ecology majors.

Talk on ‘Birdscaping Your Yard’ by Amber Roth
Event organizer: Downeast Audubon
Event Date & Time: September 14, 2018 7:00 pm
For more information: http://www.downeastaudubon.org

ELLSWORTH — A talk on “Birdscaping Your Yard” by Amber Roth, assistant professor of Forest Wildlife Management at University of Maine Orono, will be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 14, at Moore Community Center, State Street. Landscaping with birds in mind provides important habitat elements through thoughtful planning, use of native plants and provision of other features. Making changes to your yard need not be a complex or an expensive process.



2017 Report to Cooperators

The Maine Cooperative Fish and Research Unit releases its 2017 Report to Cooperators.