Online Deer Harvest Reporting

All successful hunters during Vermont’s deer hunting seasons must, by law, report their deer within 48 hours to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.

Reporting Online  

Online reporting systems, which have been used successfully by other states, offer hunters a quick, easy and convenient way to report their harvest while providing wildlife biologists with the data necessary for monitoring harvest trends and managing the white-tailed deer population. Hunters who prefer to report their deer in-person to a check station are welcome to continue doing so.

To submit your harvest report, please have the following information readily available:

  • Your Conservation ID# (Find you Conservation ID# on the upper left-hand corner of your license or look it up here)
  • Your Tag Number (If this is a landowner tag, enter “Landowner” into the form.)
    rifle buck tag
  • A photograph of the deer (optional) to include:
    harvest buck headshot and with hunter
    Photo should include a headshot with the tag attached or the hunter's face if tag is not readable. Click image for more details.
    • The head area of the deer to confirm the presence or absence of antlers and number of antler points. Photo should also include the filled-out tag attached to the deer. 
    • OR Your face in the photo to connect the harvested deer to you if the tag is not readable.
  • Location of kill: Town and Wildlife Management Unit | WMU map
  • Date and time of kill
  • Sex the deer
  • Deer's weight (estimated weight is acceptable)
  • Number of legal antler points on each antler

Thank you for your support. Your harvest data are important to us and to the future of Vermont’s white-tailed deer management.

Report Your Deer

Reporting In Person

You can still report your deer in person if you prefer. Please practice social distancing and wear a face covering.

  • Find a big game reporting station  
  • Contact a Game Warden - If you are having difficulties using the online harvest reporting system, please contact your local State Police dispatcher using the telephone numbers listed below so you can be connected with a State Game Warden for assistance with reporting your harvested deer.
    • Brattleboro Dispatch – 802-257-7101
    • Middlesex Dispatch – 802-229-9191
    • New Haven Dispatch – 802-388-4919
    • Royalton Dispatch – 802-234-9933
    • Rutland Dispatch – 802-773-9101
    • Shaftsbury Dispatch – 802-442-5421
    • St. Albans Dispatch – 802-524-5993
    • St. Johnsbury Dispatch – 802-748-3111
    • Westminster Dispatch – 802-722-4600
    • Williston Dispatch – 802-878-7111

Contact Us

Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife
Commissioner Louis Porter

1 National Life Drive
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Montpelier, VT 05620-3702

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The mission of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is the conservation of all species of fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats for the people of Vermont.