ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
Camden Harbor is a bustling place in the summertime, when everything from kayaks to windjammers sidle up to its docks, but in the wintertime, it’s an especially great place to go bird watching. In fact, the harbor is one of 201 locations… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    Today, I sent the following email to my colleagues Abigail Curtis and Kimberly Merrifield, as well as my husband, Derek Runnells, regarding our upcoming participation in the US National Toboggan Championships scheduled for Friday-Sunday, Feb. 9-11, at the Camden Snow Bowl. The four of us have registered… Read More
OUT THERE
Because this is an opinion piece, and because I’m not even making an attempt to be nice, or politically correct, or unbiased, or even friendly, I’ll say this just once, in a way that might (finally) make a difference. The arrow shows where a snowmobile… Read More
    OUT THERE
    An unimpressed deer drives a cat away from a pile of food. (Sue Underhill Kelly photo) Up in Allagash, many locals feed deer. And apparently, other critters sometimes show interest in the piles of feed that are left to help the deer make… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
Annals of Childhood is a wonderful look back to Corinth, Maine from the 1830s to 1900s, written by Abby Jones Goodwin in 1903. I love history, and this is a very special trip to this very special place in our state. Goodwin was 68 when she… Read More
    Friends of Sears Island will host a winter ecology walk on Saturday, March 17 from 10 a.m.- 12 noon. Enjoy a late winter walk on Sears Island with Maine Master Naturalist Cyrene Slegona while searching for animal tracks and signs of spring and observing the ever-changing beauty of the… Read More
The first Paces for PAWS 5k Run & Family Fun Walk will take place on Saturday, May 26 at the Belfast Rail Trail. ​Paces for PAWS is a dog friendly event so please bring your best canine companions to participate in the festivities (don’t forget leashes!) With this event,… Read More