Wallamatogus Mountain conservation effort a success

The 336-acre property is on the south slope of Wallamatogus Mountain—or Mt. Togus. As visitors hike along roads through the blueberry fields, they are treated to spectacular views of Penobscot Bay, nearby coastal islands and the whole Bagaduce River watershed. There are also large areas of forest and wetlands around the field with a diverse range of habitat, and it is an important hunting spot for the community.

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