Vermont Fish & Wildlife has reopened the cliffs closed to hiking and access earlier this spring to protect nesting peregrine falcons.
Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department
Vermont Fish & Wildlife completes first field season in multi-year moose study.
Safari Club International Foundation awards grant toward three-year study.
“The hunter success rate increased from the previous year of 21 percent to 29 percent of hunters harvesting at least one bird. And 32 percent of those successful hunters harvested a second bearded bird to
Winged loosestrife had not been seen in the state in decades and was thought to be locally extinct.
The birds nest in hayfields or cow pastures, and are threatened by changes in agricultural and land use practices.
Vermont’s auction for five moose hunting permits is open until 4:30 p.m. Aug. 10. Bids will be opened and winners notified on Aug. 11.
September Canada goose season set to help control Vermont’s resident Canada goose population prior to the arrival of species migrating south from Canada.
The bears were released in southern Vermont at one of Fish & Wildlife’s large wildlife management areas.