2013: Endangered Species Roadwatch seeking volunteers in southern Maine.
The Endangered Species Road Watch Program seeks volunteers to help survey local roads for signs of wildlife road crossings. By collecting information about where, when, and how many animals cross our roads, we will be able to work toward solutions to reduce wildlife road mortality.
What you do: Volunteers walk a 1-mile section of road, recording and photographing evidence of wildlife crossing.
When: We are looking for volunteers who can commit to 8 (or more) surveys of their road section from April through September 2013.
Endangered Species Road Survey are assigned routes in York County, Scarborough and Cape Elizabeth.
Training session: We will be holding a training session on Saturday, March 30th from 10:30-2 at the Kennebunk Free Library. Lunch will be provided. Please contact Amanda Moeser at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 781-6180 x207 for more information or to RSVP for the training session.