Summer is when some species of bats gather in colonies, to raise their young in human-made structures
Hikers and rock climbers can return to Vermont cliffs now that peregrine falcon nesting season has ended.
The courses will be listed as they become available on Vermont Fish and Wildlife’s website
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department now has information on its website about the 2023 controlled waterfowl hunts
Leave Boulders and Logs in Rivers to Increase Flood Resilience and Help Fish Populations Impacted by the July Flood
Impacts to Vermont’s fish populations and river habitats from the July flood will take time to assess.
New Instructor Training Course for people interested in volunteering to teach Hunter Education in Vermont.
A lottery drawing of the permit recipients will be held in mid-September.
Winners in this year’s moose hunting lottery are posted in a searchable database on the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department’s website
The national forest offers a wide range of fishing opportunities from remote back country ponds to locations with easy shore access
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has announced the 2023-2024 migratory game bird hunting season dates and bag limits.