The seminar is offered by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and the U.S.D.A. Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Spring has finally arrived in Vermont, and gardeners and landscapers are eagerly breaking out their shovels in anticipation of the year’s spring plantings.
Several cliff areas are currently closed to protect nesting peregrine falcons.
Governor Peter Shumlin has appointed two new members to the Fish & Wildlife Board and has appointed a new board chair.
If you are 12 to 14 years old and want to learn about Vermont’s wildlife and gain outdoor skills next summer, consider attending one of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s Green Mountain Cons
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department recently expanded a wildlife management area (WMA) in Windham County.
In an effort to promote youth hunting in Vermont, youth hunters are encouraged to sign up for the Third Annual Governor’s Youth Turkey Hunt this spring.
A Barton, Vermont man will pay more than $1,000 in fines and court fees and lose his hunting, fishing and trapping privileges for three years.
Waterfowl hunters who did not remove their hunting blinds from the waters of the state earlier must do so before February 15 on Lake Champlain or May 15 on inland waters.
If you are going ice fishing soon, planning a family fishing trip next summer, or expect to go rabbit hunting this winter…
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has announced that Lt. Jason Batchelder has been named the new director of fish and wildlife law enforcement.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says it’s alright to put out those bird feeders now that Vermont’s black bears are sleeping in their dens for the winter.
Birders in Vermont are encouraged to participate in the count, which begins on December 14 and runs through January 5.
The Governor did not match last year’s opening day success, where he harvested a 186 pound 6-point buck, but the pair did see some deer activity…
Now you can show your support for Vermont’s wildlife and watersheds with a newly designed white-tailed deer conservation license plate.
Vermont’s annual auction of five moose hunting permits closed on August 14, with $32,494.50 taken in from the five winning bids.
Vermont’s lottery application deadline for a moose hunting permit has been extended, and the VFWD is urging hunters who plan on entering to do so now online.
The report provides detailed, season-by-season analysis of Vermont’s 2011 archery, youth, rifle, and muzzleloader seasons. Combined, hunters took 12,132 deer last year, which was an expected decline from the year before…