Monthly Archives: July 2019

Arctic Fox Walks 2,176 miles

I read this interesting story on line recently. A young Arctic fox has walked across the ice from Norway’s Svalbard islands to northern Canada in an epic journey, covering 3,506 km (2,176 miles) in 76 days. “The fox’s journey has left scientists speechless,” according to Greenland’s Sermitsiaq newspaper. Researchers at Norway’s Polar Institute fitted the […]

Angus King steps up for hunters and wildlife

Maine’s U.S. Senator Angus King has stepped up to support hunters, wildlife, and everyone who loves the outdoors. Angus loves to fish and hunt ducks, so his support for our outdoor heritage is no surprise to me. Here is the press release describing the actions Angus has taken. WASHINGTON, D.C. –U.S. Senator Angus King (I-Maine), […]

Fishing Saved This Woman’s Life

When I saw the title of Janet Messineo’s book, Casting Into The Light, subtitled Tales Of A Fishing Life, I assumed it was all fishing stories. But it’s much more than that. Messineo suffered a very difficult childhood which carried into adulthood. And then she discovered a love for ocean fishing from the beach. She […]