*Editor’s Note* – Actually, I didn’t think I would live long enough to read the below quip found in the Bangor Daily News. I spent about five minutes checking myself, and actually walked outside, found a stranger walking down the street and asked them if they thought I was dead. She didn’t think so. But, […]
Yesterday I was reading George Smith’s article about how, according to a representative of the New Hampshire fish and game department, in 20 years the moose will all be gone. Smith quotes the N.H. official as saying, “…in less than 20 years moose will be gone from this state save for a remnant population. How […]
In a brief article found on Maine’s WLBZ-TV website about the upcoming drawing of moose permits in New Hampshire, the author writes: “Scientists blame the decline in moose herds partly on the warming climate and winter ticks.” So long as “scientists” and “biolo’jesters’” continue to hide behind the ignorance of a warming climate, and thus […]
Follow this link for the results of the Maine Moose Lottery drawing.
A moose was seen sticking closely to the sidewalks of some suburban streets in the Boston area. One report said that police were ordered to not allow anyone to endanger the moose: “The officers were told to be on the lookout for the moose and make sure there was no traffic or anything that could […]
…Or something. Ridgefield, Connecticut, where I have heard that at Trick or Treat time, butlers, dressed in black tie and tails, answer the door presenting the greedy little monsters with one-pound Hershey bars on a silver platter, is considering difficulties in what to do with a growing moose population. Oh, the confusion! Oh, what a […]
Press Release from the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife: The 2016 Maine Moose Permit Lottery Drawing will take place on June 11 at Kittery Trading Post We are so pleased to announce that the drawing for Maine’s moose permit lottery will be held on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at Kittery Trading Post in […]
Most every morning I get up and somewhere along the line I end up asking myself why I see things differently than others. I don’t know half the time if it’s a curse or a blessing. Once I had confidence that when Maine finished their moose study program, they would be able to come up […]