Help the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department analyze spring turkey production by recording wild turkey sightings during August using our web-based survey.
If you care leave them there! If you find a young animal or bird that appears to be abandoned, do not pick it up.
For the wellbeing of all wildlife in Vermont and for your own safety, taking a wild animal into captivity is illegal. Only licensed rehabilitators may legally care for wildlife.
Funds raised from sales of Vermont Habitat Stamps go to the Species and Habitat Conservation Fund and is used to purchase and manage wildlife habitat in Vermont.
The Natural Resources Management Academy is going virtual for the 2020 session.
Wildlife Management for Educators for the 2020 season is canceled due to concerns related to COVID-19 over the safety and health of participants and staff. If you have questions, you can email Alison.Thomas@vermont.gov
Green Mountain Conservation Camp (GMCC) for the 2020 season is canceled due to concerns related to COVID-19 over the safety and health of participants and staff.
EQIP, or Environmental Quality Incentives Program provides information and financial incentives for landowners to manage their land for wildlife.
A Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department biologist will walk your land with you and identify ways you can improve wildlife habitat on your property.
Follow these steps to access information about Vermont’s Natural Heritage using Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Atlas
1. Open the ANR Atlas: http://anrmaps.vermont.gov/websites/anra5/
2. Click on the blue Quick Tools button