Maintaining current hunting regulations for ruffed grouse will help ensure sustainable population management in the state, according to a new University of Maine study.
July 19, 2018
A team of University of Maine researchers has been awarded $1.17 million from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to develop and test land management practices to protect Maine forest workers from exposure to tick-borne diseases.
April 27, 2018
The New England Outdoor Writers Association (NEOWA) is a large group of outdoor writers and photographers that promotes wildlife conservation and professionalism in outdoor communication.
March 29, 2018
FREDERICTON – Researchers are trying to figure out why some people in northwestern New Brunswick are giving large bales of feed to hundreds of deer, a practice wildlife experts say won’t help the animals.
Master’s student Sarah Vogel graduated from Tennessee Technological University with dual degrees in Environmental Biology and Wildlife and Fishery Sciences, which gave her some of the skills needed for her work on the Mitchell Center’s Future of Dams (FoD) project.
Backroad traffic in Maine: Canada lynx in noisy face-off
September 01, 2017
A couple of motorists last weekend had the uncommon privilege of seeing not one but two Canada lynx working out some issues on an unpaved forest road in the heartland of Maine.
It’s rare to spot a lynx at all, let alone a pair of them: the lanky wildcats tend to be elusive wherever they’re found, including in this northernmost New England state, the vast, sparsely populated conifer backwoods of which make one of their most important strongholds in the contiguous US.