A mystery animal swoops past a deer in this trail cam photo Bat? Flying squirrel? You be the judge. by John Holyoke 12 hours agoJanuary 24, 2021 Watch out for flying deer in this trail cam photo by John Holyoke January 22, 2021January 23, 2021 Many readers disagree, but experts have a verdict on our mystery beast by John Holyoke January 22, 2021January 21, 2021 2 does battle for dominance in this trail cam photo by John Holyoke January 21, 2021January 21, 2021 Life’s tough when you’re ‘forced’ to fish an Alaskan river for 5 extra days by George Smith, Outdoors contributor Come learn the secrets of trail camera use at a BDN virtual event by John Holyoke This trail cam photo shows a doe and fawn wandering in idyllic scene by John Holyoke Stopping illegal ice fishing is cold and lonely work for Maine game wardens by Jim Fahey, Outdoors contributor FISHING Searchable Maine fishing laws to make compliance easier by The Associated Press January 18, 2021January 18, 2021 Northern Quebec’s Leaf River is brook trout heaven Moosehead derby organizers add 2nd weekend in hopes of better ice conditions I’ve never met a fish worth dying for HUNTING Catching up with the buck you saw on your trail camera is a thrill by John Holyoke January 9, 2021January 8, 2021 2020 bear harvest was Maine’s 5th highest on record Boyhood memories of hunting, fishing with dad remain special Down East duck hunting filled with quiet moments, expectation MORE FROM ACT OUT WITH AISLINN SARNACKI What it’s like to release an owl back into the wild by Act Out Contributor 12 hours agoJanuary 23, 2021 Gather ideas for winter outdoor activities at this upcoming BDN virtual event by Aislinn Sarnacki January 21, 2021January 22, 2021 Warm weather this January has shattered records in Maine by Aislinn Sarnacki January 21, 2021January 21, 2021 Creepy mystery beast skulks past Penobscot County trail cam So, exactly what is skulking around the woods of Lowell? Great books focus on Maine’s north woods and the Penobscot River If you’ve never been in Maine’s north woods, you’ll be headed there after you read this book. Baby Yoda stops by for a closeup on this southern Maine trail cam Chris Murphy of Scarborough sent in some trail cam images he thought we’d like, including this extremely rare shot of Baby Yoda stopping by for a visit. There are plenty of reasons to enjoy a day on a frozen lake “There are a few keys to having fun while ice fishing, I have learned,” John Holyoke writes. Deer share a tender moment in trail cam video So, what are these two deer communicating to each other? What does this particular behavior mean? This trail cam photo catches a doe nursing her fawn Trail cameras let us witness private moments in nature that we’d otherwise miss. What you need to know about wildlife bills DIF&W is supporting You will have a chance to listen and testify about these bills from home. Bobcat takes a plump gray squirrel home for dinner “After a long hike through the forest, we all get hungry. You do. I do. And bobcats certainly do,” John Holyoke writes. Last fall’s moose hunters enjoyed highest success rate since 2012 More than 76 percent of permitted hunters shot a moose. Nonnative fish are taking over Maine’s lakes and rivers While most Maine conservation non-profits are focused on habitat, the number one threat to our wild native fish is nonnative fish introductions, not habitat degradation. Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.