Participants may receive a refund – minus a $50 processing fee – if they cancel their registration at least fourteen (14) days before a program begins. Programs with registration fees below $50 are nonrefundable.
Refund requests must be made in writing. Written requests for a refund due to a medical emergency must include a doctor’s note, and must be received no more than two weeks after the program’s start date. Refunds due to medical emergencies will be paid minus the $50 processing fee.
If Maine Audubon cancels a program, participants will receive a full refund. All program proceeds benefit the work of Maine Audubon.
The following forms are required by certain programs and activities. If you are required to have one of these on file, you will be notified before the program. All forms are due a week before the program starts.
Required for all camps, preschool programs, and family trips:
Required for adults participating in trips:
Through the generosity of local businesses, organizations, and individuals, partial scholarships are available for Maine residents who need financial assistance. For more information, please call 207.781.2330. The Maine Audubon Financial Aid Form (pdf) will need to be submitted as part of your registration.
Emergency Weather Conditions
Occasionally, severe weather or other circumstances will alter our usual program schedule. If Maine Audubon’s buildings are closed unexpectedly, all programs are cancelled during the closed period. Please note that we may close for only a portion of the day. If our buildings are open, unusually severe weather conditions can still force the cancellation of a program for that day.
If Maine Audubon is closed due to weather or other unanticipated circumstances, a message will be left on our automated voicemail system. Please call the appropriate center to find out the status of the program:
- Gilsland Farm Audubon Center: 207.781.2330
- Fields Pond Audubon Center: 207.989.2591
- Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center: 207.883.5100