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What to Watch...

March: Things start heating up for wildlife in March!  There are still opportunities to go out tracking wildlife in fresh snow – in fact, March is generally the snowiest month in Vermont.  But there are also signs of what’s to come, from bald eagles beginning to nest to the first songbirds singing their songs of spring.  Many of these birds such as robins or red-winged blackbirds have actually been around all winter, but they are much less noticeable when they are not singing their hearts out. 

Vermont abounds in wildlife. With a little preparation, some caution, and luck you can witness the state’s natural abundance.

Every season in Vermont has its own wildlife-watching opportunities. Perhaps you enjoy seeing tracks in the snow, hearing birds in the spring or chorus frogs around a vernal pool, summer brings migrant shore birds, and autumn visits of white-tail deer?


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Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife
Commissioner Louis Porter

1 National Life Drive
Fish & Wildlife LogoDewey Building
Montpelier, VT 05620-3208

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