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Maine Fisheries

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Maine's turkey population is booming. But are they a nuisance or 'good wildlife story?'

Bangor Daily News - 2 hours ago
“I don't have a magic answer for that,” Brad Allen, the bird group leader for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, said Tuesday. “They're not as deleterious, as...

Conflict boils over baitfish harvest off Sandy Hook

Asbury Park Press - 18 hours ago
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission, which manages the baitfish, estimates there are 2.6 billion pounds of menhaden from Florida to Maine. "We're questioning the science. If...

Cleaning up the shoreline

Island Ad-Vantages - 22 hours ago
In one hour, a crew from Maine Center for Coastal Fisheries collected several bags of trash along the shoreline in Stonington on September 17. Their efforts were part of a larger statewide campaign...

Moose season starts Monday. Here's what you need to know.

Bangor Daily News - 24 hours ago
“Last year we had a record hot hunt with four days in a row that were warmer than 80 degrees,” said state moose biologist Lee Kantar of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife....

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New England Fisheries

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Maine nonprofit awarded NOAA grant to develop green crab market

SeafoodSource (blog) - 2 days ago
“Utilizing an invasive species to diversify fisheries resources may ultimately enhance the future resiliency of New England's coastal communities, and could serve as a unique example of how to...

Maine's Lobster Institute finds new director in researcher Richard Wahle

National Fisherman - 3 days ago
A longtime fixture at UMaine, Wahle has been involved in fisheries research in New England and Atlantic Canada since 1985. Before that, Wahle held two postdoctoral positions at Brown University and...

Squirrels causing headaches for some New England farmers

WWLP.com - 4 days ago
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) - Some New England farmers are having trouble with their crops, and rodents may be to blame. The Department of Fisheries and Wildlife said squirrels are eating through apple...

Off the Maine Coast, Puffins Reveal Secrets of Atlantic Herring and the Ocean

The Pew Charitable Trusts (blog) - 4 days ago
Atlantic herring are vital to coastal ecosystems on the East Coast as prey for a wide variety of marine wildlife. This month, the New England Fishery Management Council will decide how to protect...

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