“It’s Vermont’s equivalent of rediscovering the ivory-billed woodpecker.”
Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says a disease affecting rabbits and hares previously found in western states may be moving eastward. Rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHDV2) is a virus known to be extremely lethal to
“It was a poor year for natural bear foods, and we saw a surge in hunter numbers brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic and perhaps a corresponding increase in the number of hunters spending more
MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says one thing to be thankful for this year is the restoration of the wild turkey population in the state. Wild turkeys disappeared from Vermont in
The 36.5-inch laker weighed 19.36 pounds, the largest lake trout from Lake Champlain entered in the Record Fish Program since the department started keeping fish records in 1969.
Biologists aren’t sure what’s up, but they are paying attention.
Overcrowding impacting deer health, damaging forests and causing property owners to complain about the animals chomping down their landscaping.
Wildlife officials in neighboring Vermont on alert after confirmation in a captive red deer herd in the Canadian province.
South Hero, Vt. — A moose drowned in Lake Champlain after people crowded around the animal to take its picture, Vermont wildlife officials said. Fish and Wildlife Warden Robert Currier said the moose swam across