Maine Forest Service Tracking Winter Moth

AUGUSTA -  The increasing spread of an insect known as the winter moth has officials with the Maine Forest Service on edge. 
According to state officials, the moth has up-to-now been restricted to Harpswell Neck, but people up and down the coast are seeing the insects this year. 
The forest service worries that the caterpillars hatched by the moths could damage important plants such as apple trees and blueberry bushes. 
The agency is discussing releasing a parasitic fly into the wild that successfully controlled the moths in Nova Scotia.
Clay Gordon

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Clay was hired by WVII/WFVX as a morning anchor for FOX BANGOR's 7AM News Hour and as reporter for the 6,10 & 11 o’clock news in July 2011.

He graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington where he received his B.A. in Journalism. Clay has worked at Fox National News in New York, WTIU in Indianapolis and the Big Ten Network.

In his free time, Clay is a firefighter for the Holden Fire/Rescue Department in Holden and is an avid hockey fan.

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