Title

An article on Borestone Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary, the largest and least-known

Authors

Andrew Vietze

Source

Down East

Date

9-1-2003

Pages

68-71, 96-98

Abstract

An article on Borestone Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary, the largest and least-known nature preserve owned by Maine Audubon. A mature forest surrounded by paper company lands, it stretches across a mountainside just south of Greenville and gets only about 7,000 visitors a year. With a history of the property and a giant log manse that was built by Robert T. Moore there as a summer home. The property was bequeathed to the National Audubon Society upon Moore's death in 1958.

Subjects

Borestone Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary, Wildlife refuges

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