Everyone needs to know this about deer ticks and Lyme disease.
Fish need new culverts – but the state is out of money
New England lost an average of 24,000 acres of forest and farmland each year from 1990 to 2010, while public funding for conservation dropped by 50% between 2008 and 2010. My thanks for Lloyd Irland for sharing this information and report with me. Here’s what Lloyd had to say, followed by a link to the […]
Look out for loose pythons in Camden
Seven hundred of this year’s 2,080 hunters who were very lucky to win a moose permit will be in the woods hoping to kill a moose this week, starting today. I’ll be joining friends for a moose hunt the week of October 9, but I do want to wish good luck to those who are […]
Last year Chris Leo of Mercer, a Maine guide for 34 years, sent me a plastic worm he found inside a large brook trout he’d caught in a water holding both trout and bass. It reminded me of photos an angler submitted to the legislature’s Inland Fisheries and Wildlife Committee a few years ago, of […]
White-tailed deer are a threat to millions of forest acres
This book is about a lot more than hiking.
I’ll bet you don’t know what gleaning is
The poems and stories about Maine and the Maritimes in Patricia Leach’s book, Crossing Northern Borders, is almost as good as traveling that same path. Published by Maine Authors Publishing, the book is organized into stories and poems about farming and community, fishing and discovery, Cape Breton, and my favorite: Gratitude. The best way I […]