May 27, 2016

Government Will Investigate Government in Maine Warden Service Conundrum

*Editor’s Note* – I have written previously on this subject. Follow these links for more information and commentary – HERE – HERE – HERE – HERE I told you so! Back on May 13, 2016, in response to a news report that the State of Maine would conduct an investigation into possible illegal or improper tactics […]

The 2016 Maine Moose Permit Lottery Drawing

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 […]

Wildlife Alliance of Maine Files for Summary Judgement in Lynx Incidental Take Permit

According to information I have received, the Wildlife Alliance of Maine has filed for Summary Judgement in its case against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for issuing the state of Maine an Incidental Take Permit for Canada lynx.

A Maine National Park Would Be Racist – a Place to Lynch Black People, Promote “White Privilege”

You can’t make this stuff up. It’s just too bizarre and perverted. However, the National Park Service Deputy Director for Communications and Community Assistance, Mickey Fearn, told the world that black people don’t visit our national parks because there are trees there and those trees remind them of lynchings – this according to Sultan Knish on […]

Lawmakers to hold hearings on Maine Warden Service undercover operations

Lawmakers who oversee the Maine Warden Service will hold hearings in the next two weeks to review the agency’s conduct, following reports by the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram about controversial undercover operations and raids conducted by wardens in York and Aroostook counties. Source: Lawmakers to hold hearings on Maine Warden Service undercover operations – […]

Maine’s Mangled Moose Management

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 […]

5 Months for Maine IFW to Count 20,000 Deer

And then blame the poor harvest on “winter severity?” What to hell happened to global warming? We are all waiting for global warming to happen so there will be more deer….right? However, this time around it’s winter severity. I also have another question for which I can’t substantiate an answer. In this report (link below) are listed […]

SAM “Perplexed” Over Why Sen. King Sponsoring Meetings to Promote National Monument in Maine

Just like flies to dung heaps, politicians must take care of the money supplies that got them elected. GEEZ! Haven’t grown men actually figured this out yet? Coming off 7-plus years of perhaps the most overt of political pay-offs with President Obama and those who bought his election, the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine(SAM) says they […]

Record Snowfall in Maine Yesterday!

Understanding Coyote Behavior Can Contribute to Better Study Results

Below I emboldened part of a statement found in the article I linked to. Anyone who has maybe just slightly more than a basic understanding of how and when coyotes prey on fawn deer, would know that this killing occurs within moments of birth. Coyotes are bright animals and territorial. They know their habitat. They […]