Maine doesn't seem to have a problem with the bear hunting or the methods used. In fact they voted down the a referendum to this issue when it was pushed by the big money
Savoring the Experience of a Stalk Through a Familiar and Inspiring Woodland
How do you say Goodbye to an Old Friend?
The purest essence of the Dead Diamond River; or The Sacred Place, Buck Corson's Pool
It's time to get the base camp ready for another season.
Last year, I was cleaning and preparing for the 2012 holiday season and my thoughts wandered as they always do during such chores.
Global warming is here to stay and it seems like all we hear about lately is damage control rather than solutions to the problem.
Outdoor recreation is an extremely important factor when considering relaxation, local and national economies, tradition and many other aspects of day to day life for millions of Americans.
As December rolls around with the first glimpses of ice forming on various water bodies here and there, the age-old tradition in the Northeast of ice fishing once again lies just ahead.
Predators are, by definition, “animals that hunt and kill others for food”. The woods and waters of the Northeast are ...
Hiking can be a great way to experience the outdoors with all of the wonders and secrets of Nature to be discovered. But sometimes the conveniences of a day hike...
“Thar she blows!” the cry rings out as all eyes search the horizon for the tell-tale “spoutings” of the fin whales.
Considering the season at hand, there are more wild turkey recipes floating around than alder leaves in a brook.
Spend enough time outdoors, especially in the Northeast, and it won’t take long to discover the importance of layering.