The goal of wildlife rehabilitation is to release injured and orphaned wildlife safely back into the wild.
The Vermont constitution has protected the right to hunt, fish and trap on open, private land since its drafting in 1793. Posting laws and regulations honor this commitment while also ensuring landowners have the protections they need to control their property.
Bats in the attic, bears in the beehives, deer eating the beans, raccoons in the garbage: the list of wildlife problems goes on.
Many wildlife species can become a nuisance under certain circumstances. Here are some resources for help with nuisance wildlife.
Berlin, Vermont Phone number: 802-223-8690 or visit their website on protecting property.
Bear-resistant trash containers are a smart investment to help alleviate some conflicts with black bears.
Seeing black bears in their natural surroundings is exciting. But when bears venture into human territory, problems can occur and bears often pay the price.