GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Linda and I love Bard owls, so of course I loved Mary Atkinson’s book, Owl Girl, published by Maine Authors Publishing. On the title page, in addition to her autograph, Mary wrote, “Listen for your owl!” And we do. When a group of Bard owls gets… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    A lot fewer people are visiting and enjoying the lands in the North Maine Woods. That confirms my research when sporting camp owners told me their greatest challenge is the loss of hunters and anglers. In the last eleven years, visitor days fishing in North Maine… Read More
    GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
    Paintings of Portland by Carl and David Little changed my perspective of Maine’s largest city. A few years ago, I spoke to the Portland Rotary and the first thing I said was, “Have any of you ever been to Maine?” There was a lot of hooting… Read More
    ACT OUT WITH AISLINN
    First of all, I’d like to share that the book launch event for my recently-published guidebook “Maine Hikes Off the Beaten Path” last week went wonderfully. Yet again, people blew me away with their support and enthusiasm for Maine hikes. For… Read More

Outdoors Blogs

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS
The photos of seals in Silly Seals are awesome, and the captions by author Karen Morgan will make you laugh – a lot. Published by Down East Books, Silly Seals features photos by On The Mark Wildlife Photography and Steve De Neef Photography. All I can… Read More
SKOWHEGAN — A winged ally of Maine farmers is the focus of a new partnership between the Somerset County Soil & Water Conservation District and the Damariscotta River Association. A $5,000 grant from the 2018 Cornell Land Trust Small Grants Program will support the Ag Allies… Read More
    BANGOR — A breakfast will be held 7:30-8:30 a.m. Thursday, June 21, at The Hilton Garden Inn, 24 Haskell Road, to benefit the Salvation Army campership program. The Salvation Army provides more than 75 camperships to help local children attend Camp Sebago in Standish. The Salvation Army also… Read More