Did You know
Maine has about 4 millions of acres of conserved lands. That’s more acres than Yellowstone (2,219,791) and Everglades (1,507,850) national parks combined.

Is it still a deer yard if there are no deer?

Gerry Lavigne, Maine’s state deer biologist for three decades, discusses areas, especially in northern Maine, where there is deer habitat, but no deer. For more of Lavigne’s views on the Maine deer herd visit the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine’s Deer Recovery section or read:  Northern Maine deer ecology

Other information: The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife presented the its Plan to Increase Maine’s Northern, Eastern and Western Deer Herd, including white tailed deer population goals and efforts to create a five-year benchmarking system on Jan. 25th, 2012.

 

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MFPC Annual Meeting

The meeting this year will be held at Sugarloaf Mountain, 5092 Sugarloaf Access Rd.
Carrabassett Valley, Maine 04947
When: Sun September 15 12:00 PM - Mon September 16 9:00 AM
Where: Sugarloaf

MFPC Board Meeting

When: Thu November 14 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Where: MFPC Office, 535 Civic Center Drive, Augusta Maine
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