*Editor’s Note* – It is not clear from RMEF’s quote by CEO and President David Allen, “We stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, its professional biologists and wildlife managers, and the Fish and Wildlife Commission in carrying out their duty of managing all of Oregon’s wildlife,” precisely what this means. Certainly, […]
I was reading Part II of V. Paul Reynolds’ report about “Wildlife Restoration Projects.” He wrote mostly about Maine’s two attempts to restore caribou to northern Maine and seemed to suggest that with years of gained knowledge, perhaps it was time to try again. I’m not so sure about that, but….. I did want to […]
According to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife website, bobcat hunting season runs until February 21, 2017. In places the snow is deep. Dust off those snowshoes and have at it. If you are one of those who believes that bobcats can raise hell with the deer herd, help out the deer and […]
As a society we fail miserably when it comes to making much sense out of anything anymore. I was sent this video with the senders commentary on what he thought this 50-second video could be saying. I thought I would take a stab at it. In the minds of some people – that would be […]
Some people have been saying for 40 years or longer that we ought to leave the wolves and coyotes alone. That we have got to have them for the balance of nature. Funny thing is the majority of these people other than a few rural located bleeding hearts for wolves and coyotes who don’t raise […]
The following link will take you to a pretty interesting story of some of the events that surround the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife’s “Bear Team.” The Team tracks down collared bears in the dead of winter to check on their progress, health, condition, including any offspring. Read the story here.
But never fear the Climate-Changemongers are doing the best they can to earn money and retire with cushy pensions. I read recently that a former employee of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, Mark McCollough, who went to work for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and has since been protected by his […]