Join Moe Martin and others on a wildlife habitat walk on Hogback Mountain. Moe was born and raised on Hogback and there are few, if any, who are as familiar with, or care more about, the land, the trees, the rocks and the wildlife of that special place. As a professional woodsman, Moe has an understanding of and insight into the life of the forest and the lives of numerous individual trees. Come along as Moe offers insights into the many initiatives that he has taken on his land and their impact on local wild creatures.
Directions to the Trailhead
Access is via the Frye Mountain parking area. From the intersection of ME-3 and ME-220 in Liberty, follow ME-220 north for 6.5 miles to Walker Ridge Road on the right. Park at the Deptartment of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife maintenance building lot (see map) and walk north on ME- 220 for 500 feet. The trail is on the left.
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