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2016-2017 COYOTE CONTROL CONTEST PAYOUT

Each entrant was paid $20 per coyote taken

First Name
Last Name
No. of Coyotes
Year
Stanley (Bub)
Anderson
9
2016 - 17
Brad
Barbarula
7
2016 - 17
Mark
Belanger
1
2016 - 17
Emerson
Bornman
34
2016 - 17
Magella
Bouchard
11
2016 - 17
Dana
Chasse
3
2016 - 17
Bob
Davis
2
2016 - 17
Ron
Doughty
2
2016 - 17
Dave
Farnum
14
2016 - 17
Evan 
Grass
1
2016 - 17
Dave
Hentosh
3
2016 - 17
Dwight
Junkins
10
2016 - 17
Jerry
McLaughlin
10
2016 - 17
James 
Michaud
2
2016 - 17
Lewis
Plourde
2
2016 - 17
Steve
Ryan
4
2016 - 17
Gary
Sewell
44
2016 - 17
Shawn
Wilcox
1
2016 - 17
160
COYOTES
PAYOUT
$3,200
         $20 EACH
       

2015-2016 COYOTE CONTROL CONTEST PAYOUT

Each entrant was paid $20 per coyote taken

First Name
Last Name
No. of Coyotes
Year
Stanley
Anderson
4
2015 - 16
Shawn
Bagley
1
2015 - 16
Brad
Barbarula
4
2015 - 16
Emerson
Bornman
35
2015 - 16
Magella
Bouchard
1
2015 - 16
Dana
Chasse
3
2015 - 16
Robert (Bob)
Davis
3
2015 - 16
Kevin
Deschaine
1
2015 - 16
Rod
Doughty, Jr.
9
2015 - 16
Ron 
Doughty, Sr.
2
2015 - 16
Cathie
Farnum
4
2015 - 16
David
Farnum
9
2015 - 16
Bill 
Goodman
2
2015 - 16
Evan
Grass
1
2015 - 16
Dwight 
Junkins
11
2015 - 16
Triston 
Libby
2
2015 - 16
John 
Maples
1
2015 - 16
Jerry 
McLaughlin
10
2015 - 16
Craig
Peterson
1
2015 - 16
Lewis
Plourde
8
2015 - 16
Mark
Reynolds
1
2015 - 16
Steve
Ryan
18
2015 - 16
Gary
Sewell
16
2015 - 16
147
Coyotes
PAYOUT
$2,940
   $20 EACH

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Quilt Raffle
October 3, 2014
The ACCA raffled off a quilt made by member Kathy Farnum.
The lucky winner was Geneva Michaud of Eagle Lake.
Department
of Inland Fisheries &
Wildlife
May 2, 2014

2013 Deer Harvest Up 15% From Previous Year
  Augusta, Maine – Hunters during the 2013 deer season killed 24,795 deer, an increase of 15% over the 2012 harvest of 21,552 deer. The 2013 harvest is the third consecutive year the deer harvest has increased, reflective of a deer population that has grown since the back-to-back severe winters of 2008 and 2009.
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by
Steve Young
July 15,2013
Wildlife biologists meet in the St. John Valley
copied with permission from Fiddlehead Focus website (www.fiddleheadfocus.com)
and author by Steve Young

State and federal wildlife biologists were in the Valley on July 9 and 10 to discuss opportunities for collaboration for sustainable forest habitat management.  While not an Upper St. John River Organization (USJRO) event, several USJRO directors and advisors were involved in these meetings.

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Information
June 1,, 2013
Coyote Hunting & Trapping Workshop
Saturday - June 1, 2013        8:30 am - 4 pm
Presque Isle Fish & Game Club
360 Parsons Rd.
Presque Isle, ME 04769
Contact Becky at SAM (207) 623-4589
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Information
April 7, 2013
**Rifle raffle drawing**winner - John Ouellette of Frenchville
**FoxPro call drawing**winner - Evan Grass of Mars Hill

Congratulations! .

by
Jim Bernardin
Jan 11, 2013 "Supplemental Winter Feeding Deer - Controversy of Conservation"
by Jim Bernardin, Registered Maine Guide - Licensd Wyoming Big Game Guide

The controversy about supplemental feeding of deer during the winter, and the
opinions and viewpoints by both opponents and proponents, is one that continues
with no clear resolution as to which viewpoint is correct.Wildlife biologist, on the whole,
are opposed, while many clearminded sportsman and conservations hold the
opposing view. .... READ MORE

by
Paul Roger Camping
Feb 19, 2013

Joint Standing Committee on Inland Fisheries and Wildlife LD-96
by Paul Roger Camping

Coyotes are flourishing in Aroostook County. They are opportunistic feeders that prey on deer at all times of the year, whenever
or wherever they find them. The Eastern Coyote is an evolving predator, much larger than the Western Coyote. It is not
unusual to find males coyotes weighing in excess of 50 pounds. They are capable of killing deer by themselves and often hunt
in groups of 2 or 3.  .... READ MORE

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by
Paul Roger Camping
  WHICH ARE YOU? HUNTER-MANAGER OR HUNTER-CONSUMER ...
Over the years, the management of white-tail deer has evolved into an art form. Wildlife biologists across the United States have studied deer inside and out and conducted detailed scientific studies of what a healthy, robust deer herd requires in order to survive in the various environments found around the nation. To their credit, they have done a remarkable job. Very little information about deer is not known. ... READ MORE
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County Crossroads
September 2012
COUNTY CROSSROADS
ASSOCIATION WOORKS TO STRENGTHEN AROOSTOOK COUNTY DEER HERDS
Members of the Aroostook county Conservation Association have made it their mission and purpose to preserve, protect and enhance the whitetail deer herd in the County. To do so, they work diligently to inform the public about how they can get involved in imporoving living conditions for the local deer population while continuing the state's long heritage of providing opportunities for hunters. ... READ MORE
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Houlton Pioneer Times
August 22, 2012
HOULTON PIONEER TIMES
GROUP WORKS TO REVERSE DEER DECLINE
The Aroostook County Conservation Association (ACCA) was organized in 2008 to preserve, protect and enhance the Northern Maine whitetailed deer herd. Ed Renaud, president of the Washington Conservation Association came to the first meeting to educate and help organize the new group. ... READ MORE
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Aroostook
Republican
& News
January 26, 2011
PUBLIC HEARING ON DEER FEEDING...
GROUP LOOKS TO STRENGTHEN WHITE TAIL HERD
 
Members of the Aroostook County Conservation Association have been working for years to improve the struggling whitetail deer herd in Northern Maine by planting food plots, encouraging the development of habitat and participating in predation management, also called their coyote control program. ... READ MORE