Thursday, April 17, 2014
Programs to control coyotes and provide food are no match for the effects of severe winters and loss of habitat on Maine’s whitetail population.
Preschoolers exposed to the natural world.
Sounding like you’re in a rut can be an advantage.
Until this year’s harsh winter, the ice didn’t last long enough to take advantage of the all-year season approved in 2010.
More missions take root at this Jefferson gem.
Rockland’s Elizabeth Dickerson tends to discarded Thoroughbreds.
A second place in the national meet attracts attention.
Self-motivation is one of the Ellsworth athlete’s strong points.
Neither rain nor snow nor mud nor most anything will keep them off the trails, and if you have what it takes, join them.
Entering its seventh year, the count is an important indicator of the state’s raptor population.