Canoeing: Searsmont’s wonderland of waterfowl

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Canoeing: Searsmont’s wonderland of waterfowl

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun May 11, 2014 5:22 am

Canoeing: Searsmont’s wonderland of waterfowl
This pond is worth the paddling.
By Michael Perry

A spring paddle on the waters of the James Dorso Wildlife Management Area (formerly known as the Ruffingham Meadow WMA) in Searsmont truly validates the proverb “good things come in small packages.” It may not look impressive on the Delorme map, nor wow you from the boat launch area on Route 3, but once you hit the water you will quickly be absorbed into a wondrous haven for wildlife. Allow about two hours to explore the pond in a leisurely manner...

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