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ACT OUT WITH AISLINN (blog)

1-minute hike: Old Pond Railway Trail in Hancock

Difficulty: Easy-moderate. The 3-mile trail is relatively flat, straight and wide. The most difficult part of the trail is a short section between the old …
FIGHTING THE TIDES (blog)

Another mutant lobster caught in Casco Bay

A few weeks back I posted a blog of all the mutant lobsters I had pulled out of my Captain’s traps in the last year. …

American woodcock among recent signs of spring

Mainers in prime position to see full lunar eclipse Tuesday

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla — Night owls and early risers in North America will be able to watch a rare celestial show on Tuesday as Earth’s …
GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS (blog)

Maine is not a target of the nation’s turkey hunters

Bitten by the turkey bug? Here’s a cross-country tour of five favorite escapes ideal for adventurous longbeard fanatics. That was the lead on a “Favorite …
LIFE AS A WARDEN WIFE (blog)

Make a spring memory

In the early spring when I was a kid, my parents would take my brother and I for a walk on an old abandoned woods …
MCKAY'S FISHING ADVENTURES (blog)

Fly Fishing Film Tour Comes to Bangor, April 19th

F3T – Maine Fly Fish Performance date/time :Sat, Apr 19, 7:00 PM, EDT Performance length :2 hours 30 minutes The Fly Fishing Film Tour is …
ACT OUT WITH AISLINN (blog)

Where in the woods am I?

I couldn’t have asked for more perfect weather for hiking on Saturday — 60s and sunny, with a refreshing breeze. Derek, Oreo and I took …
Frederick &quotButch" Minson and his wife Janice on board their Lindenberg 28 sailboat the Cats Paw at the Maine Maritime Academy dock in Castine Wednesday.  Butch left Maine in October of 2013 and sailed solo to Florida where Janice joined him to cruise the Florida coast and celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary.

Verona Island sailor returns to Maine after 5,000-mile journey ‘for fun’

CASTINE, Maine — Frederick “Butch” Minson sailed his 28-foot Lindenberg racing boat, Cats Paw, into Castine harbor on Wednesday after a nearly six-month journey to …
Volunteer firefighters worked to move a dead juvenile pilot whale Friday morning. The whale, which weighed about 500 pounds and did not show signs of propeller damage, will be studied by researchers at Allied Whale in Bar Harbor.

Dead pilot whale found on Searsport beach

SEARSPORT, Maine — Several Searsport volunteer firefighters responded to a plea Friday morning for a lift assist down at the town dock. What they didn’t …
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