Monthly Archives: January 2018

Anglers break more laws than hunters

In the 8-year period 2007 – 2015, Maine game wardens gave more citations to anglers than to hunters. Anglers received a total of 4,192 citations while hunters received 2,869. More than half of the citations given to anglers were for fishing without a license. Here is how the citations broke out: 2,338 Fishing without a […]

Biggest law breakers are ATV riders, snowmobilers, and boaters

During the 8-year period 2007 – 2015, game wardens gave more citations to ATV riders, snowmobilers, and boaters than any other outdoor group. ATV riders were the worst law breakers, getting a total of 4,863 citations for violating Maine’s laws. Those citations broke out this way: 1,921 Operating unregistered ATV 1,229 Operating ATV on public […]

Maine should act now to save our moose

Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is doing exceptional research to document the tragic deaths of our moose, killed by ticks. Moose biologist Lee Kantar gets great credit for his moose research. Our moose population today may be as low as 50,000 (down from a possible high of 90,000), and moose hunting permits have […]

Great cooking with fairies (kids)

The photos in Fairy House Cooking, published by Down East Books, will amuse and delight you, and wait ‘til you read those stories and recipes! Author Liza Gardner Walsh describes the recipes: “Simple, Scrumptious Recipes & Fairy Party Fun!” Boy, she got scrumptious right. The kids are the fairies, invading the kitchen to make everything […]

Can bees really thrive at the top of a Paris apartment building?

My neighbors raise bees, something I’ve always found fascinating, and of course Linda loves to see them in her extensive flower and vegetable gardens. So I was quick to grab the children’s book, Bees in the City, published by Tilbury House Publishers in Thomaston. Written by Andrea Cheng, the daughter of Hungarian immigrants, who has […]