Acadia Youth Technology Team's Final Presentation 2016

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14 minutes, 32 seconds

See the park through the lens of the Acadia Youth Technology Team's cameras this summer.


David Moses Bridges talks about the history and process of making birch bark canoes.

Tobias Francis invites you to enjoy his favorite activities in the park.

A seastar in motion.

NPS/Todd M. Edgar

Seastar in Tidepool
Video: Windows or Quicktime
Duration: 1 minute

What it lacks in speed this seastar makes up for in grace as it glides across a tidepool. Video by NPS/Todd M. Edgar

Spring peeper.


Spring Peepers
Audio: MP3

The sounds of spring peepers near Jordan Pond usher in spring at Acadia National Park. Audio recorded by NPS/Todd M. Edgar.

Winter Wren
Winter Wren


Winter Wren Song
MP3 Audio

Recorded at the Schoodic Peninsula in July, the winter wren projects its unique song. Audio by NPS/Karen Lanier.

Satellite image of U.S. at night.


Acadia's Night Sky
Audiocast: MP3
Duration: 4 minutes 23 seconds

Visiting Park Scientist Chad Moore stands atop Cadillac to survey the other half of the park - the night. Night sky images from Acadia and other parks can be found at the National Park Service Natural Lightscapes website.

Kids at SEA
Enjoying the outdoors at SEA.

NPS/Karen Lanier

Schoodic Education Adventure
Video: Quicktime
Duration: 4 minutes 38 seconds

Discover what it's like at SEA - the Schoodic Education Adventure! Join teachers and students during their visit to the park's residential education program.

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