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THE BEE WHISPERER

Bee whisperer’s diary: Inside a beekeepers association annual meeting

I, like many members of Penobscot County Beekeepers Association, am still on a high after the great success of hosting the Maine State Beekeepers Association’s …
Adam Stanley of Medway shot this bear, estimated at about 200 pounds, after it visited his home twice on Monday.

Nuisance bear killed in Medway

Tiffany Stanley said she and her husband are used to things that go “bump” in the night. There’s an apple tree next …
If you're interested in introducing your child to hunting, there are plenty of ruffed grouse in the North Maine Woods.

The Allagash region offers unparalleled grouse hunting for new and experienced hunters alike

The Allagash Wilderness Waterway is a great place to take a young or inexperienced hunter grouse hunting — or as I like to say, “bird …
OUT THERE (blog)

‘Down East Dickering’ star spices up Youth Deer Day experience

When Dana Carey took his stepson, Dawson Byers, into the woods of Orrington on Saturday morning, he was pretty confident that they’d have a productive …
STATE & CAPITOL (blog)

The latest on Question 1: Two polls, plus a Supreme Court ruling

Here’s the latest news on Question 1, the bear-baiting vote: Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting release own poll, says Maine is split — and maybe …
A two-headed snapping turtle that hatched beside Route 43 in Hudson mid-September is alive and well on Oct. 25, thanks to Hudson resident Kathleen Talbot, who has been caring for the turtle ever since she found it on Sept. 22.

One month later, Maine’s two-headed snapping turtle still thriving

The two-headed snapping turtle found on Sept. 22 in Hudson is still alive and eating from both heads, thanks to Kathleen Talbot, who has been …
ACT OUT WITH AISLINN (blog)

Lost wildlife photos miraculously reappear

At the beginning of September, I met my friend Sharon at the bog in Essex Woods to take some wildlife photos. We were successful that day …
In this photo illustration, a ghost bicyclist is seen riding on the Old Narrow Gauge Volunteer Trail in Randolph. There are rumors that this ghost has been seen by trail visitors over the years.

Word from the Woods: Bears, bears and more bears

With only six days left until election day, one thing’s certain: Mainers are revved up about the referendum question that would ban the use of …
ROBIN'S OUTDOORS (blog)

UFO on East Musquash Lake?

I was on my way to hunt yesterday morning when something caught my eye. A large brown object was in East Musquash Lake on Route …
ACT OUT WITH AISLINN (blog)

Dog suits up for Undead Disney Halloween with homemade costume

I’ve decided to throw a Halloween party again this year, and I’ve offered my guests an optional theme: undead Disney. Basically, they are supposed to …
OUT THERE (blog)

$2,500 reward offered in moose-poaching case

The Maine Warden Service is looking for help in solving a case in which a cow moose was illegally shot during the October moose season, …
Great blue heron with an eel.

Great blue heron wrestles with an eel

ACT OUT WITH AISLINN (blog)

1-minute hike: Baker Hill in Sullivan

Difficulty: Moderate. The trails leading to the outlooks atop Baker Hill are less than 0.5 mile long, but they are steep in some areas. Keep …
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ACT OUT WITH AISLINN

Lost wildlife photos miraculously reappear

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GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS

Best Bucks (and does): Three years, a funeral, and there he was

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MCKAY'S FISHING ADVENTURES

East Outlet Adventures

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TREES WITH THE FUR ON

Running your course

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OUT THERE

‘Down East Dickering’ star spices up Youth Deer Day experience

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ROBIN'S OUTDOORS

UFO on East Musquash Lake?

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MAINE MORSELS

Good bye, summer!

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GARDENING IN TUNE WITH NATURE

A Reunion with Old Friends

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MAINE MATTERS

Here We Go Again Introducing Andre

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LIFE AS A WARDEN WIFE

Queen Anne's Lace

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THINGS TO DO

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Hawk Watch on Cadillac Mountain

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COLUMNISTS

Maine can’t afford to lose the bear referendum

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GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS (blog)

Game Mistakes: He was huge and I was shaking

NOTE: This is the first in a series I will be writing about my hunting …
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