Winter Deer Yards

The stark beauty of winter often reveals the harsh existence of this gentle creature in its role in the food chain to transfer energy from the herbivores to the carnivores in winter deer yards.

Weekly Notes – August 25, 2013

A not so ordinary Monday in the office quickly takes the author outside for a week’s worth of nature observation.

Weekly Notes April 7, 2013

Eagle’s nest, red maples flower and the mighty hunter of the night sky bids farewell until next fall, meanwhile we can view the International Space Station as it crosses the night sky over Maine with Astronaut Chris Cassidy on board.

American Bald Eagle

Saturday, February 18, 2012 (Map 45, Washington County) I turned around after watching my 11 year old friend Victoria pull her 19″ small mouth bass out of the ice to see Tammy pointing. “Oh my God, look!” This American bald eagle had landed on the ice only 100′ behind us. It slowly made its way […]

Robin’s Journal – July 11, 2011

What a difference a week makes. Steve and I went fishing on Spednic Lake on July 4th. We fished the American and Canadian shores and caught a dozen small mouth bass using top water lures. None were much more than 12 inches long but they were very fat. We went fishing on Spednic again yesterday, […]

An Eagle Handling Story

SH sent this story about a bald eagle in distress. Helping Hands for the National Bird.