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Taking Inventory of Vermont’s Invertebrates
Join state fisheries biologist to see this fascinating wildlife migration on May 4
Head to one of Vermont’s 99 wildlife management areas for a front-row view of the spring bird migration
Bear-human conflicts probable in 2019 following poor Autumn for wild bear foods
Fishing is a great way to enjoy the outdoors with friends and family.
"Unfortunately, dead alewives washing up on the shores of Lake Champlain following a winter die-off has become a common occurrence," said State Fisheries Biologist Shawn Good.
Vermont has excellent spring walleye fishing opportunities in several lakes and rivers across the state.
Vermont Fish & Wildlife and other project partners will begin planting 1,931 native trees and shrubs along Charles Brown Brook in Norwich
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is hosting a hunter education weekend for adults that will be focused on turkey hunting
Hunters who provided the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department with a tooth from their deer last year can now find out how old their deer was by visiting the department’s website
Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife
Commissioner Louis Porter
1 National Life DriveDewey Building
Montpelier, VT 05620-3208