Rockland — “Fishers are King” is the third in a trilogy of wildlife viewing presentations by the Maine Coast Heritage Trust. Following the “Owls Are Easy” talk and its sequel “Otters are Easier”, “Fisherman is King” is the first to explain why mustelid (Mustidae) anglers love/hate them. Personal stories, photos, and videos make Thursday night educational and appreciative, exploring the concept of Midcoast Maine Fishers. If uncensored) will be shared.
Kirk Gentalen is the Fox Island Regional Steward of the Maine Coast Heritage Trust (MCHT) and has 28 years of experience in environmental education across the country. Kirk’s main hobby is enjoying the natural world, and he has found the “big fisherman in the neighborhood” to be an endless source of entertainment. Kirk, who now lives on the St. George Peninsula with his family members Amy and Rafe, writes a column on nature (“Nature Bummin”) for MCHT (mcht.org/story-tag/nature-bummin), Editing the Vinalhaven Sightings Report (vinalhavensightings). .blogspot.com). Then he goes outside.
The event will be held in the community room and will be streamed live on Zoom. The Rockland Public Library is located at 80 Union Street. For more information or a Zoom link, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by 4pm on November 17th.