Hunters in northeastern Vermont’s Wildlife Management Unit E, enjoyed solid harvest, taking 78 adult moose. The annual hunt seeks to reduce moose numbers which, due to over-population, are suffering from winter ticks.
It could be an interesting summer as far as black bear activity is concerned throughout the Northeast.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation recently held a public presentation in Green County called “Living
Vermont has made it a crime to own or operate paramilitary training camps in the state after Republican Gov. Phil Scott signed legislation introduced in response to a firearms training facility built without permits that
The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has proposed issuing 180 moose hunting permits in Vermont’s Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) E in the northeastern corner of the state in a continued effort to reduce the impact
Vermont Fish and Wildlife recently announced that three fish caught in 2022 were certified as new state records. All three were pulled from Lake Champlain.
Expected to enhance recreational boating and mountaintop hiking opportunities while protecting local water quality.
Donation expands conserved property in Addison County by 37 acres, bringing total to 2,895 acres.
Yes, the wild turkey population has come a long way: This year’s total of 6,798 wild turkeys falls just short of the state record of 6,970 in 2013
Total harvest of 16,160 is second-highest since 2002