Fournier, Paul (1929? - )
Paul J. Fournier is a native Mainer with a long career in the Maine woods, starting out as a registered Maine Guide and bush pilot. For twenty years he was the public information officer for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. He also produced a weekly television program, Maine Fish and Wildlife, for the Maine Public Broadcasting Network. He has written and photographed extensively for a number of magazines, including Audubon, Natural History, National Geographic, Yankee, Down East, Field & Stream, and Outdoor Life, among others. He now divides his time between Maine and Florida.
- Tales from Misery Ridge: One Man's Adventures in the Great Outdoors (2011) (Named best Outdoor Book of 2011 by the New England Outdoor Writers Association)