Bats, bears and balmy weather

Posted July 12, 2013, at 12:13 p.m.
This young black bear took particular interest in a bird feeder in Tim Schuck's Glenburn yard recently.
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 St. John Catholic Church becomes surrounded by clouds as rain storms approach the Bangor area. According to AccuWeather, after Thursday's rain showers temperatures will be in the 80's and partly sunny throughout the weekend with rising humidity.
St. John Catholic Church becomes surrounded by clouds as rain storms approach the Bangor area. According to AccuWeather, after Thursday's rain showers temperatures will be in the 80's and partly sunny throughout the weekend with rising humidity. Buy Photo
From left, James Eric Francis Sr., director of cultural and historic preservation for the Penobscot Nation and Pauleena MacDougall, director of the Maine Folk Life Center at University of Maine, walk in front of the Collins Center for the Arts on University of Maine's Campus Thursday afternoon. The Folk Life Center received a $339,000 grant from the National Science Foundation which will provide resources and linguistic training to the Penobscot Nation's language revitalization efforts and the publication of a comprehensive dictionary.
From left, James Eric Francis Sr., director of cultural and historic preservation for the Penobscot Nation and Pauleena MacDougall, director of the Maine Folk Life Center at University of Maine, walk in front of the Collins Center for the Arts on University of Maine's Campus Thursday afternoon. The Folk Life Center received a $339,000 grant from the National Science Foundation which will provide resources and linguistic training to the Penobscot Nation's language revitalization efforts and the publication of a comprehensive dictionary. Buy Photo
Mark Plummer blasts out of the ninth-hole bunker onto the green, leaving it just a few inches short of the hole during Thursday's final round of the Maine Amateur Championship at the Augusta Country Club in Manchester.  The 62-year-old Plummer finished seventh.
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Mark Plummer blasts out of the ninth-hole bunker onto the green, leaving it just a few inches short of the hole during Thursday's final round of the Maine Amateur Championship at the Augusta Country Club in Manchester. The 62-year-old Plummer finished seventh.

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