Moose Report, 2016
Moose sightings are becoming more frequent now that the bugs are out and the days are warmer. Taylor Walker spotted this cow on the far side of the Pond this evening.
Today our registered Maine Guide Bob Chase saw 4 moose when out on the evening Moose Tour. 2 cows and 2 calves and also 2 deer.
Today Joe Maglairditi saw 2 moose, and 2 deer and 1 muskrat on our morning moose tour.
Jesika Scott – one of our registered Maine Guides on staff saw 1 young bull moose and 2 beavers when out on the evening moose and wildlife tour with guests.
August 10th, Sterling managed to take a group out on a nice cool morning. With rain looming (and maybe in the air already), the group braved the weather and headed out on Millinocket Lake. After a rainy adventure across the lake, Sterling managed to spot 2 large moose as well as a few ospreys and loons!
After the hot weather decided to take a break, Eddie took a group out on Millinocket Lake and saw a multitude of moose in the morning! As the temperature dropped, the moose came out. Eddie and the group spotted a cow and a calf, as well as another cow with what appeared to be a second year moose. While calfs typically stay with their mother for only a year, some decide to take the “live in our parents basement” approach! In the afternoon, while the group didn’t see a moose, they managed to spot 2 bears eating blueberries as well as 2 whitetail deer.