Whales, moose, and puffins are the stars when Yankee editor Mel Allen talks about New England’s wildlife. Click below to see Mel’s video.
New Bedford Whaling Museum
Moose in Maine
Puffins at East Egg Rock
Puffins and Other Sea Birds
Where to find them:
Find Moose, Whales, Puffins
love the video
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That was fun to watch! It was very ?High Techie? too. Thanks for posting that video Mel. This is the reason that I visit the Yankee Magazine website, daily; there is always something interesting, informative and entertaining to read/watch here.
Oh; I love the Puffins. They are so adorable. And the moose; wow. I have lived in the South all my life, but I think New England is absolutely beautiful. Wonderful story about the whales, too; what I wouldn’t give to see one actually in the water. How exciting is that! Thank you for your wonderful video.
I reallywait for my yankee magazine, i read everything in it,go to the computor and get all
the things you comment on and then turn to the ads and look at their websites. i
am addicted to you,winter and summer. A cup of tea and you is a snug way to be in the winter and you and a cool drink on the porch i the summer is the best. I do go to your website very often to see what new things you have for me.Mel Allen is doing a nice job in expanding your world. i guess your creativity is your long suit and the good writing keeps us interested.
i like learning about the people of New Englandthank you…jean davis,Sea Cliff
Great story. Just got back from a cruise to New England and the maritimes. I went whale watching out of Bar Harbor but after two days of rough weather, no whales were found. I had fun anyway, seeing seals on Mt. Desert Rock, a peregrine falcon, and greater shearwaters. There’s no such thing as a bad whale watching trip. If you don’t see whales, you’ll still see other wildlife.
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