Kitty scampers off when deer wants a snackUp in Allagash, many locals feed deer. And apparently, other critters sometimes show interest in the piles of feed that are left to help the deer make it through the winter. Up in Allagash, many locals feed deer. And apparently, other critters sometimes show interest in the piles of feed that are left to help the deer make it through the winter. On Thursday, I saw a post on the Tylor Kelly’s Camps Facebook page that I knew I had to share.
Some of us dream of catching a five-pound brook trout before we die. Others avid anglers want to hook onto a lake trout that’ll barely fit through the hole we drill in the ice. On Jan. 11, Chris Parent ended up with a fish story like that, and he doubts he’ll ever catch a landlocked salmon to top the one he landed. Parent, a 25-year-old dental student at the University of New England in Biddeford, found himself with a day off from school and decided to visit his parents in Hermon.
Mark McBreairty of Allagash is one of several town residents who feed the town's deer during the winter. (Courtesy of Sue Underhill Kelly | BDN)Despite potential negative consequences, many still try to ‘help’ by feeding deer during the winterUp in the remote Maine town of Allagash — you’ll get there just before the pavement ends and logging roads head into the big woods — Hilton Hafford is one of about a dozen town residents who regularly invite “neighbors” for dinner during the rugged winters.
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