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VIDEO: Wild in New England

VIDEO: Wild in New England
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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.

Read more:
Whale Studies

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

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6 Responses to VIDEO: Wild in New England

  1. George F Harris June 23, 2009 at 3:53 pm #

    Wonderful pictures!

  2. VICKI SLONINA June 23, 2009 at 5:07 pm #

    love the video

    john slonina
    slonina nature photography
    http://www.sphotography.com

  3. Jeff P June 23, 2009 at 8:32 pm #

    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.

  4. Linda Davis June 24, 2009 at 8:43 am #

    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.

  5. jean davis June 24, 2009 at 9:08 am #

    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

  6. George Sly October 18, 2009 at 3:10 pm #

    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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