The Maine Warden Service has identified two victims in hunting-related shootings today and provided more details on the incidents.

The service said Mark Mattson, 60, of Portsmouth, N.H., and Steven Hutter, 26, of Hebron, were wounded in separate shootings Friday afternoon.

The first incident occurred about 2:30 p.m. when Mattson was target shooting in the woods off Quaker Ridge Road at the north end of Thomas Pond in Casco. He was shot by Travis Wood, 29, of Windham, who was hunting in the same area with a partner.

Mattson was taken by LifeFlight helicopter to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, where he is listed in critical condition.

In the second incident, Hutter was hunting with Linton Thompson, 47, of Oxford, near Thompson’s property on Allen Hill Road. They shot and wounded a deer and while tracking the deer, Thompson shot Hutter in the lower leg.

As of 8:30 p.m., Hutter was in surgery at Central Maine Medical Center, the warden service said.

As of 11 p.m., Central Maine Medical Center said Hutter was in fair condition. The hospital would not release Mattson’s condition.

The Warden Service said it is working with the Maine State Police, the Warden Forensic Mapping Team and a warden dog in the investigations of the shootings. No summonses or arrests have been made.