Maine Moose Tours Report
Moose Report, 2017
This morning we went to Sandy Stream Pond on our tour in hopes to see a moose and other wildlife. We came up short in the moose department, but we were still able to see some ducks and great views of Mount Katahdin.
The weather report called for rain, but we lucked out and the day stayed pretty clear. This allowed today’s group to tour by both van and pontoon boat. We saw loons, cormorants, a king fisher and lots of blue heron.
On these two days of tours, we took the boat out on Millinocket lake and saw many different wildlife. Although there were no moose, we saw ducks, loons, beavers, and a deer.
Folks enjoyed a lovely boat cruise tonight and saw ducks and loons while on the water.
Today’s weather started with rain, but when it came time for the wildlife moose tour, the sun came out to shine. We saw beavers, loons, geese, ducks, blue heron, and a pileated wood pecker. We saw this all from a fabulous pontoon boat ride on Millinocket Lake!
The moose have been elusive lately, but today’s tour showed us a cow and her calf feeding in a pond! The group also saw some merganser ducks.
We had a morning and evening tour today. The morning tour saw loons, ducks and blue heron on the lake. I think the rain kept the animals in hiding for the evening tour, unfortunately, but the group enjoyed a scenic walk in the woods and some nice outdoor photo opts between the rain drizzle.
We traveled by pontoon boat this evening and didn’t find moose, but saw loons, ducks, and a blue heron. We will keep looking for moose next time!
It was a quiet night for our van tour, not many animals were moving around. We saw just one whitetail deer, a doe.
Our evening wildlife tour on the lake saw loons, a blue heron, and geese, but unfortunately no moose.
The morning’s moose tour, though chilly, provided the perfect conditions for several Maine wildlife to appear. Herons fished along the banks of Millinocket lake! Loons hooted their eerie tunes through the mist. Ducks were also present, as they bathed contentedly. It was an overall successfully enjoyable tour! Book one with us today to enjoy your own chilly Maine getaway!
The chilly morning air provided perfect weather conditions for spotting loons on the lake. Diving deep, before appearing seemingly out of nowhere! The evening also experienced the chill that the oncoming autumn brings. Loons and ducks made appearances in the evening, as they prepared for the long journey south. Overall, the chill in the air did not stop the warmth and laughter radiating throughout the guests. Book a tour today to join in the warmth of a chilly morn, or eve, with the NEOC family!