August 21, 2019

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267-Pound Allagash Buck

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Kip Paules of Bowdoinham, Maine, with the 267-pound buck he shot while hunting in the Allagash on Nov. 19. (Thom Thomas photo)

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The Cruelties of Mother Nature

In Northern Maine, deer became trapped on an ice floe as it began moving downstream. Of the four deer, one is believed to have made it to safety. Read more here.

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12 Deer Killed by Vehicles in Allagash, Maine

The St. John Valley Times is reporting that with an early arrival of deer to wintering areas, 12 deer have been hit and killed by vehicles.<<<Read More>>>

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Book: “Away From it All”…..and into the Middle of Bear Attacks

In a continued effort to dispel the false security perpetuated by wild animal predator lovers that black bears “rarely” bother or attack humans, I’ve put together some bits of history that relates black bear events of attacks on humans, along with some history of northern Maine, the building of dams for the logging industry and the use of water power to get lumber to the mills many, many miles away.

The following information was sent to me by a close friend. It comes from a book title, “Away From it All” (information about the book included). Also, at the end of the excerpts from “Away From it All” is a link to a Bangor Daily News article called, “The Dam that Pine Built.”

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From Bangor Daily News – “The Dam That Pine Built

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