Biologists: More moose hunting will reduce ticks, help herd In Maine, the number of moose permits is going to increase 11 percent this year to 3,480. by The Associated Press 12 hours agoApril 11, 2021 2 bears stop by for a trail camera photo op by John Holyoke April 10, 2021April 9, 2021 Reader seeks help identifying mystery cat by John Holyoke April 9, 2021April 9, 2021 Spring trolling can be a blast, even for ‘snobby’ fly fishers by Christi Holmes, Outdoors contributor April 8, 2021April 8, 2021 Gray fox creeps past Maine trail camera by John Holyoke Goose claims squatter’s rights in abandoned eagle nest by John Holyoke When disaster strikes, you will wish you had a life jacket by Jim Fahey, Outdoors contributor Monster bucks are sporting impressive racks in these trail cam photos by John Holyoke FISHING 4 secrets to early season fishing success, according to Maine’s biologists by John Holyoke April 3, 2021April 3, 2021 It’s time to make some more opening day fishing memories Biologists still want anglers to keep small salmon on this big Maine lake 2-year-old’s first fish is nearly as long as she is tall HUNTING You had a lot of strong opinions about the Sunday hunting by John Holyoke March 19, 2021March 22, 2021 What do you think about allowing some Sunday hunting in Maine? Commentary: It’s time Maine allowed some form of Sunday hunting Trio of women enjoys a productive snowshoe hare hunt MORE FROM ACT OUT WITH AISLINN SARNACKI A fire starter is an essential tool while hiking in Maine by Aislinn Sarnacki April 9, 2021April 8, 2021 What birders mean when they say ‘Big Year’ by Bob Duchesne, Good Birding April 7, 2021April 7, 2021 How to go rockhounding for Maine gems and crystals by Aislinn Sarnacki April 7, 2021April 7, 2021 Watch: Coyote howls to tell his pals where they can find a snack This coyote came across a bait pile in Meddybemps and was quick to spread the word. Watch this rattlesnake scare a raccoon in stunning trail camera video Just when you begin to think you’ve seen just about everything on a trail camera video or photo, you find out how very wrong you are. Bears are out of their dens, so it’s time to move bird feeders indoors Here in Maine, we’re never far from nature, and it’s important to remember that some forms of wildlife are much closer to us than we might think. Wildlife will visit, even near our largest cities This bobcat stopped to survey a Seattle suburb, where they are frequent visitors. Allagash superintendent retires after 44 years serving the people of Maine “When I interviewed for this job as superintendent, I told the panel that one of my goals was to leave the waterway on a high note, and Lord willing, I will accomplish that goal,” Matt LaRoche writes. 4 raccoons join 2 big deer for breakfast in this trail camera photo They’re having quite a feast by the looks of things. Whitewater season kicks off with Marsh Stream Canoe Race For the first time in two years, whitewater canoe racing is returning to Eastern Maine. You disagreed with biologists on identity of trail cam mystery beast One reader swore it was an albino platypus, while another was convinced it wasn’t an animal at all. It’s time for a different approach to Atlantic salmon restoration “When it comes to Atlantic salmon, Maine is the last battleground in the United States,” Bob Mallard writes. A buck sporting a monstrous rack is caught on this trail cam This healthy buck is sporting a monstrous rack. Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.