12 Days of Giveaways: Day 6. Enter to Win a Free One Year Family Membership to Maine Audubon!

Today’s giveaway is a FREE one year Family Membership to Maine Audubon!!

Leave a “Love me some wildlife!” comment below and you’re automatically entered to win!

Maine Audubon conserves Maine’s wildlife and wildlife habitat by engaging people in education, citizen science, stewardship and advocacy. We offer engaging educational programs and events for kids and people of all ages throughout the state. Maine Audubon members receive discounts on all programs. Learn more at maineaudubon.org

Visit their website at maineaudubon.org to see all of their great programs!

Membership Benefits:

Members receive a wide range of benefits, including:

  • A subscription to Habitat, Maine Audubon’s quarterly magazine
  • 20% off Maine Audubon programs, including camps, speakers, and trips
  • Free admission to Maine Audubon signature events
  • A 10% discount at our Nature Stores
  • Our monthly news and events email newsletter
  • Membership and program invitations from your local Maine Audubon chapter
Our Southern Maine Locations

Gilsland Farm Audubon Center
20 Gilsland Farm Road, Falmouth ME (207) 781-2330
Sited along the Presumpscot River estuary just five minutes from Portland, Maine Audubon’s headquarters features a modern environmental center and a 65-acre sanctuary with more than two miles of trails winding along a pond and through woods, meadow, orchard and salt marsh. A resource for communities in southern Maine, Gilsland Farm’s environmental center offers hundreds of year-round public programs plus day camps, a Maine Audubon Nature Store, a Children’s Discovery Room and a Teacher’s Resource Center.

Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center
Route 9 / Pine Point Rd., Scarborough ME (207) 781-2330 x213
Owned and managed by the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, the 3,100 acre estuary known as Scarborough Marsh is the largest salt marsh in the state, comprising tidal marsh, salt creeks, freshwater marsh and uplands. The marsh is particularly important for wildlife as a resting, breeding and feeding ground. The center provides a variety of guided and self-guided walks, and canoe tours, as well as exhibits, a nature trail, canoe rentals and a Maine Audubon Nature Store. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day.

East Point Audubon Sanctuary
Situated at the very end of Biddeford Pool (Fletcher Neck) among private residences and a private golf course, East Point Audubon Sanctuary contains a short but spectacular trail along the perimeter of the point, offering rare public access to this stretch of the Maine Coast.

Mast Landing Audubon Sanctuary
Only one mile from the bustling downtown of Freeport, Maine, Mast Landing is 101 acres of diverse habitat rich in human and natural history. It is located along the Harraseeket River estuary. There are more than three miles of trails wind along a stream and tidal marsh and through orchard, fields, and forest. Well-used by visitors, they are ideal for hiking and cross-country skiing.

And these other sites are worth the trip:

  1. Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary
  2. Fields Pond Audubon Center
  3. Josephine Newman Audubon Sanctuary
  4. Hamilton Audubon Sanctuary

Only one entry per person please. Contest ends at 10:00pm on Saturday, December 15.

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