Tag Archives: Maine warden service

Cabela’s to host Maine game warden recruitment seminar Saturday

Maine Game Wardens featured in the Animal Planet TV show "North Woods Law" pose for a photo in front of the Maine Warden Service mobile command vehicle on April 5, 2012. Pictured are Jonathan Parker (left), Kim Bates, Sgt. Tim Spahr, Kristopher MacCabe and Josh Bubier. (BDN Photo by John Holyoke)

If you’re interested in learning more about a career as a Maine game warden, you may want to stop by the Cabela’s store in Scarborough on Saturday for a recruitment seminar. According to the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife, game warden recruiters will be on hand from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. They’ll […]

Summer option for young ‘North Woods Law’ fans: Camp North Woods

Maine Game Wardens featured in the Animal Planet TV show "North Woods Law" pose for a photo in front of the Maine Warden Service mobile command vehicle on April 5, 2012. Pictured are Jonathan Parker (left), Kim Bates, Sgt. Tim Spahr, Kristopher MacCabe and Josh Bubier. (BDN Photo by John Holyoke)

If your child is a huge fan of the Animal Planet TV show “North Woods Law” and can’t stop talking about the exploits of the Maine game wardens who serve as its stars, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has got some great news for you. The department will unveil Camp North Woods […]

Bobcat enters home through pet door, sticks around for snacks

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Early last week, after a successful evening of bobcat-rustling, Maine game warden Jim Fahey admitted that the tale of the critter he live-trapped wasn’t even the best bobcat story he’d heard in recent weeks. Fahey’s cat had a taste for chicken, you may recall, and ended up killing one of WLBZ TV meteorologist Steve McKay’s […]

Maine Warden Service looking for new recruits

When Dan Menard applied to become an Maine Game Warden back in the early 1990s, the Warden Service was typically inundated with applicants. The year he successfully made it through the process, 1,700 others applied for the chance to become wardens. “They hired 10, and I think I was number 10,” Menard said. Now a […]

4 moose illegally killed, wardens seek information

Four moose have been shot and killed in Aroostook County, and the Maine Warden Service is looking for help solving the crimes. Three of the moose were shot over a two-day period, Nov. 3 and 4, in Wildlife Management District 3. According to Sgt. Dan Menard of the Maine Warden Service, wardens do not think the […]

‘North Woods Law’ hiatus no cause for concern, producer says

Viewers who sat down on July 10 to enjoy another new episode of “North Woods Law” were surprised to learn that instead of the reality TV show that focuses on the Maine Warden Service, Animal Planet aired the popular “Dirty Jobs” in its place. Season 2 of “North Woods Law,” was abruptly ended after Animal […]

‘North Woods Law’ star wins a moose permit, dons antlers

When 3,095 moose permits were awarded to lucky applicants in Presque Isle on Saturday afternoon, Maine game warden Kris MacCabe was among the hopeful prospective hunters in attendance. If you’re a fan of “North Woods Law,” the Animal Planet TV show that focuses on the Maine Warden Service, you’re likely familiar with MacCabe. You might […]

Bears got you scared? This product may help

Over the past few weeks, Mainers have once again learned that they have burly neighbors wandering through their backyards at night, desperately seeking snacks. Nothing new there. Each spring, as black bears begin to forage, they check out their surroundings and look for snacks. Easy-to-find snacks. Handy snacks. Snacks that many of us unwittingly make available […]

In wake of Old Orchard Beach hunting incident, warden stresses hunter responsibility

Last week, two hunters in Old Orchard Beach allegedly discharged weapons that struck a fence near a house. The homeowner was outside with her two dogs at the time. Published reports have indicated that the home is in a development off busy Cascade Road. And while Maine Game Warden Lt. Adam Gormely won’t comment specifically […]

Peregrine falcon set free along Kennebec

It didn’t take long for a peregrine falcon to rediscover his wings on Monday, as a young male bird was released into the wild after a two-month rehabilitation stint. According to a Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife press release, the falcon was released at a site along the Kennebec River, where it immediately took […]