Joann Grohman has published nine books and five thousand blog posts (so far) on the subject closest to her heart: her family cow.
Scientists aim to unravel the mysteries of migration in the Gulf of Maine.
Maine has the nation’s third highest rate of Lyme disease, but the illness remains misunderstood and is often misdiagnosed.
The sighting of Maine’s first Eurasian collared-dove is not a cause for celebration.
Upon close inspection, this ubiquitous garden pest is a curious and underappreciated specimen.
Once the State Game Farm on the brink of closure, the Maine Wildlife Park has become a haven for animals and humans alike.
The flying squirrels in Mark Bloomer’s backyard have become Fort Fairfield celebrities.
Animal rehabilitators band together to care for the largest seal population on the east coast.
The complicated mating rituals of Maine lobsters might make you turn red.
Virginia M. Wright chats with Diane Cowan, founder of the Lobster Conservancy. Excerpted from The Maine Lobster Book, by Virginia M. Wright, Down East Books,…
The Evergreen Cemetery, a historic Portland landmark, bridges the poignant gulf between life and death BY: MONICA WOOD PHOTOGRAPHY BY: SARA GRAY On any…
Are the Gulf of Maine’s cod — and cod fishermen — really doomed? BY: COLIN WOODARD Photo credit David Harding/Shutterstock.com Mainers have been cod…