Title

Maine has a population of roughly 29,000 moose, but to spot them, one must gener

Authors

Cathy Genthner

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

6-2005

Additional Date Information

Summerguide 2005

Pages

133-137

Abstract

Maine has a population of roughly 29,000 moose, but to spot them, one must generally head to northern Maine. Chances of seeing a moose increase at dawn and dusk. Through July, they are found near water, and in August, are in the woods looking for shade. During rutting season in late September and early October, moose move around more. At Baxter State Park, moose have lost their fear of people and are often seen. One of the best places to see moose is on the Golden Road near the Quebec border. With details on other likely moose-sighting areas.

Subjects

Moose

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