Wed
Jan
13

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Don Reimer will share photos and discuss his new book, SEEN ANYTHING GOOD?; this book spans six decades of bird observations in mid-coastal Maine. Following the presentation, Don will answer questions from audience members about the book, and all matters of birds in general. Please click on the program title to learn more about the program.

     Don Reimer will share photos and discuss his new book, SEEN ANYTHING GOOD?; this book spans six decades of bird observations in mid-coastal Maine. Following the presentation, Don will answer questions from audience members about the book, and all matters of birds in general.
     Don Reimer is a lifelong birder and photographer residing in Warren, Maine. A board member of the Midcoast Audubon Society, he has led field excursions for local environmental organizations and the American Birding Association National Convention. He is a board member of the Friends of Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge in Rockland, Maine.
Don has participated in multiple citizen science projects, including Project Feeder Watch, the Atlas of Breeding Birds in Maine (1978–83), the Maine Owl Survey, and the International Shorebird Survey. He has served as compiler for the Thomaston–Rockland and Pemaquid–Damariscotta Christmas Bird Counts. Currently he serves as a regional coordinator for the 2018–22 Maine Bird Atlas project. His bi-monthly column Birding with Don Reimer has appeared in the Rockland Free Press since 2007. His new book on birds, SEEN ANYTHING GOOD? was published in September 2020.
     Please visit the YouTube link to view the recording of this program:  https://youtu.be/fkjC_VynaJk