Since the mid-1990s the population has been relatively stable, fluctuating from 4,000 to 7,500 bears in consistent cycles of growth and decline. The population has seen steady growth since 2019.
The leashed tracking dog owners, who provide their services free of charge, must pass an extensive exam in order to be certified and licensed to provide their services.
Delving into the fascinating world of wild edible plants found in Vermont, highlighting ten of the most common and delicious options available in the region.
Critics say the overharvesting of trees has severely impacted Vermont’s wilderness. Allowing the practice on state lands to continue will contribute to climate change and reduce outdoor access.
We are men and women who work hard, putting the time and money into our hounds for outcomes of listening to the dogs sing and sometimes… we put bacon on the smoker.
The festival is hosted by the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, Vermont, Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, Delta Waterfowl, and Otter Creek Audubon Society.
On September 23 and 24, hunters 17 years of age or younger may hunt ducks and geese in the Lake Champlain and Interior Vermont waterfowl hunting zones. The age requirement is 15 and under in the Connecticut River zone.
A beloved Hyde Park veterinarian battled darkness and disorienting fog to swim the 25 mile length of chilly Lake Memphremagog without a wetsuit.
Nineteen people have died from vehicular collisions with moose since 1985.
Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a fatal disease of the brain and nervous system in deer and elk, similar to “Mad Cow Disease” in cattle.