Monthly Archives: May 2018

Big game management plan includes lots of issues and strategies

Management of wildlife habitats is mostly left to the discretion of private landowners, which makes management of our big game animals a challenge for Maine’s Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. The agency’s new big game management plan notes that white-tailed deer are the only species that receives habitat protection. 200,000 acres of Maine forest […]

Michigan is focused on fish and wildlife

Michigan sponsors lots of fish and wildlife projects that would be good to have in Maine. For example, they just awarded $100,000 in 11 grants for deer habitat improvements on private land. The Deer Habitat Improvement Partnership Initiative is a competitive grant program designed to enhance deer habitat on non-state lands in the Upper Peninsula. […]

A Compelling First Novel By Jane Sloven

Every time I figured out who was the murderer in Jane Sloven’s Termination of Benefits, the next chapter proved me wrong. The twisted plot, with lots of curves and clues, will keep you guessing until the surprising ending which I will not give away. It always astonishes me when a new author is able to […]