The Maine
An artful dialogue about the wonders of the state.

Tag: tracking

Where The Deer Were

haiku by Kristen Lindquist In the old snow, tracks zig-zagging up a hill– a long winter for deer too.

On The Trail

text and haiku by Kristen Lindquist Paul and I birded along the Ducktrap River this morning. In the streamside mud, two tiny animal tracks. We’ll never know more.

A Walk With Mrs. Peel

photographs and text by Karen O. Zimmerman It is a clear January morning and the temperature outside is three degrees. (Editor’s note: that’s right, we’re taking a look back at last winter and Karen’s adventures on ice!) The ground is white with snow that has crusted over and looks as hard and cold as ice. I […]

Finding Maine’s Bigfoot

photograph and text by Steve Vose The state of Maine is comprised of approximately 35,387 square miles. Most of this land consists of rugged and unclaimed wilderness; with barely 10 percent of the state considered urban or “civilized”. The remaining ninety percent of the state is heavily forested and comprised of thousands of miles of spruce thickets, […]

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