ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
Difficulty: Easy. The preserve trails travel over a fairly smooth forest floor and altogether total about 1.5 miles. Expect a gradual uphill climb from the shore to the parking area on both loop trails. How to get there: From the intersection of Route 1 and Route… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    For an upcoming presentation I’m giving at a local school about outdoor writing, I decided to create a slideshow of wildlife photos, just to make things a bit more interesting for the children. After all, who doesn’t enjoy looking at photos of swimming moose, baby bears and soaring… Read More

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GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
A turkey bill that I collaborated with the sponsor on is scheduled for a public hearing on Monday, March 25. The bill is sponsored by Senator Shenna Bellows and I’m very grateful to  her for doing that. I’m hoping some of you will be there… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    The Wickies is wicked good. Author Frank Anthony’s novel is a compelling read, with lots of good and bad, laughter and tragedy, murder and mayhem. Every time I figured everything was going to turn out well, another tragedy struck. Yes,… Read More
BLUE HILL — OceansWide will hold two two-week summer camps at George Stevens Academy starting in July. Attendees will gain understanding of the ocean and science through hands-on learning and research. The Scuba Science Summer Camp, for high school-aged students, will earn campers an SDI certificate… Read More
OLD TOWN — Hirundo Wildlife Refuge will have a full moon hike at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 18 at 45 Hudson Road. We will meet at Gate 3 and head out to explore the trails after dark. Dress warm and bring a flashlight or headlamp for the full… Read More
    OLD TOWN — Do you love frogs?  Want to learn more about frogs in Maine and their habitat? Come explore Hirundo and learn about frogs with Gudrun, Hirundo’s naturalist, 2-3 p.m. Sunday, April 14, Hirundo Wildlife Refuge, 1107 West Old Town Road. Read More