Maine’s Hunting Season Still Underway

AUGUSTA – While hunting season may have ended for big game such as moose and bear, the season continues for bird hunting and deer hunting with a muzzleloader. Deer hunting with a firearm season and bear season ended on Nov. 28 as did moose season in parts of southern Maine

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Maine’s Hunting Season Still Underway

IF&W Wrap-Up: 2009 Marsh Island Deer Reduction Effort

For more information, call IF&W Regional Wildlife Biologist Mark Caron at 732-4132 The second Marsh Island deer depredation hunt, an effort to assist the City of Old Town and the Town of Orono with nuisance deer problems and public safety concerns, took place over a three-week period in October and resulted in the harvest of 46 deer. The depredation hunt occurred between…

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IF&W Wrap-Up: 2009 Marsh Island Deer Reduction Effort

Take a deep breath (Concord Monitor)

Ok, it’s still October and we’ve had the fun and excitement of several of “The Firsts,” for the 2009-10 season. As I told you last week, some fanatics willing to sacrifice their ski bases to the cause were probably the first to slide on natural snow in the east this season on Stowe Mountain Resort (800-253-4754; stowe.com ) in Stowe, Vt.

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Evergreen Child Development Center offers parent class

FARMINGTON – The Evergreen Child Development Center invites parents to a workshop on social understanding happening on Tuesday, October 20, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the Walden Room at Franklin Memorial Hospital. Mardie Porter, a special education teacher at Mallett School, will present a session titled “Social Stories.” “Social Stories” is a tool for teaching social understanding

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