Walking Land in the Fall - Safety First

By
Real Estate Agent with The Maine Real Estate Network

Autumn...A great time of year to look at large parcels of vacant land. Trees are golden and red, crisp breeze and no insects and the remaining greenery is still lush.

This 36 acre parcel of land in Baldwin, Maine, listed at $89,900 is one of those types of parcels. However an unsuspecting danger lurks. Walking the land, twigs crack, leaves rustle and the sound of someone walking the woods can sound very much like wildlife.

Know your hunting seasons for the various game, types of seasons, bow hunting, muzzle loader, firearm and youth seasons. Wear blaze orange, bring your compass and map, a signal device such as a whistle and have your cell phone with you whether theres a question of signal or not. Backpack a warm coat, wear waterproof footgear and an energy boosting snack. And if you know the parcel, be aware of where the hunters tree stands and overlooks are and make sure to make some noise - the human voice type to let hunters know you are around.

Be safe.

David Roberts Weichert Realtors-Waterglen Group Portland Maine 207-741-2006

and Registered Maine Guide

Posted by

David Karl Roberts

Associate Broker/REALTOR

The Maine Real Estate Network, 152 US Route 1, Scarborough, Maine 04074

207-741-2006   david@maineinfo.net

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