Past Lectures

Past Friends of Taunton Bay lectures, in chronological order:

Shore Birds of Taunton Bay – Lindsay Tudor, Maine Dept. Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, 2007

The Bald Eagles of Taunton Bay – Charles Todd, Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, 2007

The Geology of Taunton Bay – Gordon Kelley, 2007

Taunton Bay Education Center, Part 1, 2008

Taunton Bay Education Center, Part2, 2008

First Steve Perrin Award Presentation, 2012

Steve Perrin’s 23-Year Retrospective on Friends of Taunton Bay, 2013

Downeast Salmon Federation – Dwayne Shaw, DSF, 2015

Sea Birds of Maine – Linda Welch, Wildlife Biologist, 2015

FTB Intern Report, College of the Atlantic – Brynna Golden, Former Intern, 2015

Citizen Science Conference, Part 1 – Eric Jones, University of Maine at Machias, 2015

Citizen Science Conference, Part 2 – Seth Benz, Schoodic Institute, 2015

Citizen Science Conference, Part 3 – Chris Petersen, College of the Atlantic, 2015

Citizen Science Conference, Part 4 – Kyle Winslow, Downeast Salmon Federation, 2015

Research at the University of Maine CCAR (Center for Cooperative Aquaculture Research) – Melissa Malmstedt, CCAR, 2016

State of Taunton Bay – Frank Dorsey, Friends of Taunton Bay, 2016

Characterizing Taunton Bay – Steve Perrin, Former FTB President, 2017

The Bald Eagles of Taunton Bay – Steve Perrin, Former FTB President, 2017

The Great Blue Herons of Taunton Bay – Steve Perrin, Former FTB President, 2017

The Horseshoe Crabs of Taunton Bay – Steve Perrin, Former FTB President, 2017

Shoreline Erosion on Frenchman Bay – Steve Perrin, Former FTB President, 2017

The Harbor Seals of Taunton Bay – Steve Perrin, Former FTB President, 2017

Lobstering and Crabbing on Taunton Bay – Dave Stevens, Non-Commercial Fisherman and FTB Board Member, 2021

Amphibians and Maine’s “Big Night” – Paul Powers, Maine Master Naturalist, 2021

Seaweed Farming – Sarah Redmond, Founder and Co-owner of Springtide Seaweed, 2021

Innovative Ways to Protect the Land You Love – Aaron Dority, Frenchman Bay Conservancy Executive Director, 2021

Solving Landscape Problems Using Native Plants – Cathy Rees and Avy Claire, founders of Native Gardens of Blue Hill, 2021

Shellfish Sustainability & Citizen Science – Mark Whiting, PhD, 2021

The Downeast Goldmine: Story of Fishing and Drug Smuggling in Coastal Maine – Audrey Ryan, Author, 2021