Fly Rod Crosby Trail work progressing

Photos & Story By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff While there’s lot of work that still needs to be done to complete the 35 mile Fly Rod Crosby Heritage Trail from Strong to Oquossoc, “we’ve made a lot of progress since January,” says Ben Godsoe, of the Maine Conservation Corps. And Ben anticipates the trail near the Orbeton Stream in Madrid, which is already half done, will be open early next summer. read more

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Fly Rod Crosby Trail work progressing

Eagles Photographed on Rangeley Lake

Photo taken by Ginny McNamara, of Vorhees, NJ, while aboard the Oquossoc Lady. “The mature eagle was perched on a tree on Narramantic Island. “A highlight of my sunset cruises this summer was the sightings every evening (18 times on 18 sunset cruises) of at least one of the 2 mature and/or 2 immature eaglets.”

A Funny Kind of a Deer Repellent

What do you mean–a deer repellent? These “feeding enclosures” you see in the photos, keep the deer from eating inside of the wired enclosure.

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July 28, Ash Spread on Wagner’s Second plot, Two Mile Site

In this first photo, ash is being carried from the large pile of ash in the background shadows. Dave Borman evenly spreads the proportions through out the field. Don’t ask me how he can get it so evenly covered! A formula is determined how much ash needs to cover the soil to reach a ph of 6.

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July 28, Ash Spread on Wagner’s Second plot, Two Mile Site