Monthly Archives: October 2013

Ladies Take Off the Gloves for Bear Referendum

Bob Duchesne’s Wild Maine tackles the controversial subjects of bear hunting and trapping – and he lets the ladies make their cases first – on two recent editions of his always-entertaining radio show. Bob’s a term-limited legislator, the author of The Maine Birding Trail and the state’s top birding guide, a long-time retired radio personality, […]

Red Sox got live Maine bear

“For the second consecutive year, a live bear will be awarded the first Boston Red Sox player who hits a home run. “Officials of the Maine Department of Development of Industry and Commerce, sponsors of the gift, say that the bear, Homer the Second, is housed at the Maine State Game Farm at Gray. He […]

Wildfire airs new hunting laws

It’s time to check out the many new laws governing hunting, before you get out there after turkeys, grouse, deer, and more this fall. On the current edition of Wildfire, cohost Harry Vanderweide and I review the most important new laws. You’ll need permission to place your trail cameras on private land. You must label […]