Faces & Places (5/8): Feathers Over Freeport

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Faces & Places – 5/8

David Brenneman of Boyle Associates, a Gorham-based environmental consulting firm, takes part in a Vernal Pool Exploration program on  April 27 at Bradbury Mountain State Park in Pownal. The demonstration was part of Feathers Over Freeport, an annual two-day event celebrating bird watching and the ecosystems of both Bradbury Mountain State Park and Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport.   Photos courtesy of Derek Lovitch
 
Todd Dillon of Nikon Sport Optics stands behind his display on April 28 at Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport during the annual Feathers Over Freeport event. The binoculars were available for attendees to try out and test their bird-watching skills.

Kathleen Fitzgerald of Tide Walk Designs, a Yarmouth-based landscaping company,  presented Landscaping for Wildlife on April 28 at Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park in Freeport. 

Feathers Over Freeport attendees walk along a trail at Bradbury Mountain State Park on April 27 during the annual Feathers Over Freeport event. According to chief sponsor Derek Lovitch of Freeport Wild Bird Supply, this year’s e adbury Mountain State Park and Wolfe’s Neck Woods State Park.

The Freeport Interact Club held a Dominican dinner April 26 to raise money for a trip to the Dominican Republic in June to install water filters in impoverished villages. Maine-based food writer Lindsay Sterling, left, led the dinner with Robin Hetzler, project coordinator for Healthy Maine Streets. In the back are their all-volunteer cooking helpers. Photo courtesy of Lindsay Sterling

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