Animals

Birding....It's For The Birds!
I don't know what it is....the older I get I get more and more enamored with birds. I love hearing them, seeing them, feeding them, Im fascinated by their migratory path and impressed with those that brave the Maine winters here...yes, I'm looking at you black capped chickadee...
Multiple Fox Attacks In Rockland Prompt Warnings
Multiple fox attacks have taken place in Rockland over the past 48 hours. According to a report by the Village Soup, a woman was grilling on her deck when a fox appeared out of nowhere and attached her dog, a small rat terrier, the woman did her best to pry her dog from the mouth of the fox and was …
Watch Out For Maine Turtles Crossing The Road
It's that time of year again when Maine turtles are on the move....albeit slow but on a mission to locate food, a mate, and start a nest.
Personally, I am always on the look out for turtles on the side of the road, and those already on the path to cross the road...
Bird Lovers - Check Out Weskeag Marsh In South Thomaston
Now that spring has sprung... check out the Weskeag Marsh which is located in South Thomaston and is well known in the birding community as a prime location to, well, watch birds. It is located on Buttermilk Lane within the R. Waldo Tyler Wildlife Management Area that is over 600 acres...
Bristol Mills Introduces a New Fish Ladder
Fish ladders are nothing new. They’ve been around for centuries. And they all serve the same purpose - to get migrating fish over it and around a barrier. These fish are on their way to spawn, ensuring their survival.
Around Maine there are several examples of these architectural marv…
Watch Out For Black Bears!
Did you know that the State of Maine has the highest population of black bears in the contiguous U.S. and this is the time of year when they are very active mostly due to that rumbly in the tumbly. They will be active all summer into to fall but right now in the early spring the natural foods bears …

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