Operation Game Thief (OGT) is a joint nonprofit program sponsored by the Vermont Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs and administered by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. The program provides a way for people to help protect the state’s fish and wildlife by reporting law violators at 1-800-75ALERT (1-800-752-5378).
Vermont’s Roxbury Fish Hatchery, severely damaged by flooding from Tropical Storm Irene, will be reconstructed beginning with a groundbreaking ceremony in Roxbury to be held at 9:45 a.m. on Wednesday, October 24
Youth deer hunting weekend helps ensure that young hunters get the quality training they need for lifelong participation, and it also provides biological information needed to manage the deer population.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has announced that one of the state’s largest wildlife management areas, Steam Mill Brook WMA, in the towns of Walden, Stannard, Wheelock and Danville, has expanded by 225 acres as the result of a recent land acquisition.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Vermont Youth Conservation Corps are seeking volunteers to help improve wildlife habitat at the Windsor Grasslands Wildlife Management Area on Friday, October 26.