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.
Drivers need to be alert and cautious because moose are on the move, according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. Moose are more likely to be crossing roadways at this time of year, especially after dark or early in the morning because this is breeding season for moose.
Looking for a “wild” family-based adventure for Halloween this year? The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is inviting families to attend the sixth annual Halloween Wildlife Festival and Jack-o’Lantern Hike at the Kehoe Education Center on Point of Pines Road in Castleton. The event takes place on Friday, October 26, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Vermonters love to see birds around their home, and putting out bird feeders is a popular way to attract our feathered friends to back yards. Vermont is among the top states in the country for people who report feeding and watching birds near their home.
Vermont is increasingly recognized as a wild turkey hunting destination. With its near perfect mix of fields, farms and forests, Vermont is home to some of the best turkey hunting opportunities New England has to offer.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is providing the following list of certified leashed tracking dog owners who volunteer during the hunting seasons to help hunters locate deer, bear or moose that have been shot during hunting season but not yet recovered.
The annual spiny softshell turtle beach cleanup day is on Saturday, October 27, and Vermont Fish & Wildlife is looking for volunteers to help. Participants are asked to arrive at North Hero State Park between 10 and 11 a.m., as the group may move on to another site by 11.
A new boardwalk at the popular Moose Bog will provide additional opportunities for people to see wildlife in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. The boardwalk, which was built to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, provides an immersive experience in nature at the Wenlock Wildlife Management Area in Ferdinand, Vermont.