The Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition monthly “walk” on Saturday, March 10 will be a ski/snowshoe trek along Coastal Mountains Land Trust’s Ducktrap River Trail in Northport. Travel though a woodsy landscape with river views. Watch for animal tracks and signs of habitat. Participants should wear warm layers and bring water, lunch and sunscreen.

Meet at the CMLT parking lot on Route 52, seven miles south of the Route 1 intersection traffic light in Belfast. For more information and meeting time, call Skip Pendleton at 338-3327.

The Wednesday Walkers will take off on another ski/snowshoe expedition along CMLT’s Passy Greenway Trail in Belfast on Wednesday, March 14. Call Linda Hurley at 930-3635 for time and meeting place.

On Wednesday, March 29, the Walkers will be off to the Sheepscot Wellspring Land Alliance property in Montville. Call Karin Whittman 342-2102 for time and details.

And for those who would rather ride than walk, popular birder Seth Benz will be aboard the YWCA Bird Bus on Tuesday, March 20, looking for waterfowl. Traveling along the corridor between Sandy Point and Lincolnville beaches, the bus will stop at numerous “birding” areas. Leave at 8:30 a.m. and return by noon. Call the YWCA at 338-4598 for reservations and cost.

The Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition plans regular outings to familiarize the public with the beauty and unusual features of the Belfast Bay’s watershed, as well as neighboring conservation properties.

The watershed covers 69,657 acres and is comprised of four smaller watersheds: Little River, Passagassawakeag River, Wescott Stream and Goose River. It includes all or parts of Brooks, Frankfort, Knox, Morrill, Northport, Searsport, Swanville and Waldo as well as the city of Belfast.