VT Fish & Wildlife to track how many hours they hunted and how many deer, moose, bears, or other wildlife they saw.
After a poor producing year in 2020, wildlife has an abundance of fall foods this year.
Hunters are being asked to provide state biologists with an incisor tooth from the deer they harvest.
Bats get moving in the fall. It’s a good time to learn about Vermont’s nine native bat species.
Vermont Fish and Wildlife is offering a virtual program for elementary school classes designed to get kids outside with their teacher and learn about Vermont’s local wildlife.
The renovated facility will produce 25,000 pounds of fish — approximately 60,000 brook and rainbow trout annually for stocking in state waters. These fish will provide opportunities for anglers and play an important role in Vermont’s economy. Previous studies from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have shown the Roxbury Fish Culture Station has contributed about $2.4 million dollars in annual economic impact to the state.