GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
One of the projects I’ve always been very proud of is the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund, which was my idea when I worked for the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine. I recruited Maine Audubon as our partner and the legislature enacted it and Governor Angus King signed it into… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    When battles with wild critters move into the home, things can get ugly. And I’m not just talking about mice, although we’ve done battle with plenty of them. One winter I caught 38, an even dozen of them trapped in a kitchen drawer. And this doesn’t… Read More

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GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
Many of Ellie O’Leary’s poems in her book, Breathe Here, are profound. They take you from childhood to old age, and many are about family. I just could not stop reading. Published by North Country Press, this book of poems is very very special, and so… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    This column is more wildlife stories featuring bats, loons, and moose, at camp. Let’s start with my bat story. I was fishing one evening in our boat and casting my fly from the back of the boat when a bat flew up and picked my fly… Read More
BELFAST — The Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition’s Natural Literacy Educator Jenni Judkins has won the Philip Marcoux Award for her enduring contribution to educating students in  BBWC’s Natural Literacy program. She was nominated by two different teachers whose classes she has worked with this year.  … Read More
    BAR HARBOR — Major John Wesley Powell called the Grand Canyon “the most sublime spectacle on the earth.” In 1869, Powell became the first person to navigate the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. Now, more than 150 years later join photographer Bob Thayer for an online Zoom… Read More