On Aug. 23 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer, David Trahan, the chief director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, was the visitor speaker at a Deer Yard Discussion board hosted by some Bangor-area Republican state legislative candidates.

Gerry Lavigne, a retired state deer biologist and wildlife guide for SAM, joined Trahan on the podium to speak concerning the historical past of Maine’s declining deer inhabitants in Maine’s North Woods and what might be performed to show issues round.

V. Paul Reynolds, Open air Columnist

Trahan mentioned that “predation and habitat loss have led to the collapse of the deer inhabitants

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On Aug. 23 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer, David Trahan, the chief director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, was the visitor speaker at a Deer Yard Discussion board hosted by some Bangor-area Republican state legislative candidates.

Gerry Lavigne, a retired state deer biologist and wildlife guide for SAM, joined Trahan on the podium to speak in regards to the historical past of Maine’s declining deer inhabitants in Maine’s North Woods and what might be performed to show issues round.

V. Paul Reynolds, Open air Columnist

Trahan stated that “predation and habitat loss have led to the collapse of the

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On Aug. 23 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer, David Trahan, the chief director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, was the visitor speaker at a Deer Yard Discussion board hosted by some Bangor-area Republican state legislative candidates.

Gerry Lavigne, a retired state deer biologist and wildlife guide for SAM, joined Trahan on the podium to speak in regards to the historical past of Maine’s declining deer inhabitants in Maine’s North Woods and what will be achieved to show issues round.

V. Paul Reynolds, Open air Columnist

Trahan stated that “predation and habitat loss have led to the collapse of the

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On Aug. 23 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer, David Trahan, the chief director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, was the visitor speaker at a Deer Yard Discussion board hosted by some Bangor-area Republican state legislative candidates.

Gerry Lavigne, a retired state deer biologist and wildlife advisor for SAM, joined Trahan on the podium to speak in regards to the historical past of Maine’s declining deer inhabitants in Maine’s North Woods and what might be accomplished to show issues round.

V. Paul Reynolds, Outdoor Columnist

Trahan mentioned that “predation and habitat loss have led to the collapse of the deer

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On Aug. 23 at Jeff’s Catering in Brewer, David Trahan, the manager director of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine, was the visitor speaker at a Deer Yard Discussion board hosted by some Bangor-area Republican state legislative candidates.

Gerry Lavigne, a retired state deer biologist and wildlife guide for SAM, joined Trahan on the podium to speak in regards to the historical past of Maine’s declining deer inhabitants in Maine’s North Woods and what may be completed to show issues round.

V. Paul Reynolds, Open air Columnist

Trahan stated that “predation and habitat loss have led to the collapse of the

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FORT SMITH –The warmth was actually and figuratively on early for Fort Smith Sportsman beginning pitcher Ben Brooks in Thursday’s recreation at Hunt’s Park.

Brooks, pitching in 103-degree climate on turf to being the sport, issued a house run on the mound in opposition to his first batter of the sport. He rebounded rapidly after that to select up the win in an 8-6 victory in opposition to Three Rivers (Okla.) in an American Legion matchup.

“If I needed to guess, it felt like 115 out right here with the turf,” Brooks mentioned. “The primary three innings have been powerful

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