An initial review of hunting results revealed 6,798 turkeys were taken by hunters during Vermont’s three turkey hunting seasons.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is holding a free seminar for landowners interested in learning more about hunting, wildlife management, and conservation.
The meeting will discuss the proposed long-range management plan for Victory Basin Wildlife Management Area, Victory State Forest, and Darling State Park.
Hunters are gearing up for the start of Vermont’s statewide 16-day rifle deer season that begins November 12 and ends Sunday, November 27.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says a newly developed West Mountain Shooting Range in Ferdinand, Vermont, is now open for public use.
Vermont’s snakes are generally harmless. Even timber rattlesnakes are extremely shy and nearly always try to hide or avoid an encounter with people
Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a fatal disease of the brain and nervous system in deer and elk.
Vermont hunters who take deer, bear or turkeys must bring them to a reporting station within 48 hours.
Applications are available for controlled waterfowl hunting permits to be used at two Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department wildlife management areas.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has announced the syllabus of 2016-2017 migratory bird hunting seasons is now available.
The Hammond Cove Shooting Range in Hartland, Vermont will be re-opening for the season on Friday, April 1 at 10:00 a.m.
They determined the deer was shot with a bullet after finding several bullet fragments inside the deer.
A wildlife management area in southern Vermont recently underwent a major expansion, according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
Jens Hilke, a conservation planning biologist for the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department, serves on the AVCC’s board.
Vermont Fish & Wildlife is asking all successful 2015 Rifle Season Hunters to submit a tooth from their buck regardless of its age or size.
If you haven’t completed a Vermont hunter education course but want to before hunting seasons, this is the time to act according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
Bears in Vermont are already thinking about winter, and are currently in search of easy calories to fatten up. Residential trash bin, bird feeders, pet food, and beehives can become bear attractants
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Vermont chapters of the National Wild Turkey Federation are putting on a one-day “Women in the Outdoors” introductory course on Saturday, August 15.
Wild turkeys are found throughout most of Vermont, but their reproductive success is monitored annually by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department with a little help from “citizen scientists”.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says several changes in Vermont’s deer hunting regulations will become effective in 2016. None of the changes will be effective this year.
A free seminar for landowners entitled “Managing your land for wildlife and forestry, a guide to U.S.D.A. Farm Bill Programs” will be offered on Saturday, August 8 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Monarch butterflies are in decline nationwide, and may be approaching dangerously low levels.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources recently added nine species to the list of state threatened and endangered species.
Dale Whitlock of Middlebury is Vermont’s State Game Warden of the Year.
Vermont’s auction for five moose hunting permits is open until 4:30 p.m. August 13. Bids will be opened and winners notified on August 14.