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Carving your initials into the timbers is a tradition at my friend’s hunting camp. Dates whittled into the weather-beaten logs of the bunk house and cook camp go back through the decades of the 20th century.  Some that may be older have eroded into indecipherable glyphs.

The presence of a cook camp belies the camp’s origins as a logging operation. 

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Maine residents usually enjoy nature to the hilt, as evidenced by the plethora of gardens and woodlands you’ll find in our state.

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Staying Safe in the Winter Maine Woods
Winter doesn’t mean you can’t get out and enjoy nature.

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Learning the Lessons of Powerful Storms
The storm on Sunday, Nov. 2, came as a blast of early, wet, heavy snow with winds packing the snow into tree crowns

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Eager for a free lunch, an ermine hangs doggedly onto a suspended chunk of venison in this video 

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Our properties provide us with recreation and natural beauty. They do a lot more for many other species – especially birds.

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Rodents and rabbits have their places in nature, but we humans prefer those places not to include our land or gardens.

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The winter in Maine can be harsh and unforgiving enough to humans, but imagine what it is like for unprotected woodland properties. Check out these tips to keep your property healthy:

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In addition to sharing their stately beauty, white-tailed deer can bring many benefits to your property.

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     When I was just a mite, my father had this romantic image of having a sleigh for our horse, Deagon, to carry the family out on a s...

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