Aside from the fact that watching thousands of fish come gushing out of a tube and landing in a river is just plain cool, Wednesday’s uncommon stocking effort on the Piscataquis River was one worth noticing. Read More
ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
A form of wilderness therapy developed in Japan, Shinrin-yoku or “forest bathing” has caught on in the United States in recent years as more people are turning to the outdoors to bolster their health and overall well being. To clarify, forest bathing has nothing to do… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    Difficulty: Easy to moderate. The trail network is made up of over 2 miles of trails that travel over small hills and across several footbridges. How to get there: The preserve has two parking lots. The largest parking lot is on Route 1, about 100 yards… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
Here’s some great news from DIF&W. The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife honored longtime Maine guide Bonnie Holding of Coplin Plantation with the Wiggie Robinson Legendary Maine Guide Award on Saturday night. The award was presented by Commissioner Judy Camuso at… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    At the state of Maine sportsman’s show in Augusta, I was astonished to see the outstanding photos of Maine black bears by Dawn Brown of New Sharon. You’ve really got to check these out which you can do on her website HTTPS://BEARTODREAM.NET. Read More