Tag Archives: Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

VTF&W holds public meeting on moose in Vermont
Arts, Dining & Entertainment
December 15, 2017

VTF&W holds public meeting on moose in Vermont

WOODSTOCK— The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is holding a public informational meeting about Vermont’s moose Dec. 19 at Billings Farm & Museum, 69 Old River Road, Woodstock. This is one of three being held throughout the state, including Dec. 13 in Island Pond and…

Sports
October 12, 2016

Seminar on hunting access offered to landowners

WOODSTOCK—The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will hold a free seminar for landowners interested in learning more about hunting, wildlife management, and conservation, Sunday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Forest Center in Woodstock. The seminar is co-hosted by the nonprofit Vermont…

News Briefs
May 23, 2016

News Briefs: Lakes Region May 18

By Lani Duke

On second thought . . . Act 46 vote

ORWELL—When Orwell voters turned down the Act 46 consolidation of Addison-Rutland Supervisory Union with a decisive vote of 211 to 121, that rejection disallowed the entire plan for all the schools involved. Orwell…

Vermont’s spring turkey hunting starts soon
Sports
April 13, 2016

Vermont’s spring turkey hunting starts soon

By Rick Hedding, courtesy of VTF&W

Brianna Hedding, right, sits with her turkey shot during the 2010 youth turkey weekend, with Don Isabelle.

It’s almost time for spring turkey hunting in Vermont. Youth spring turkey hunting weekend is…

Sports
April 13, 2016

Fish & Wildlife offers intro to bass fishing clinic

CASTLETON—The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is hosting a free “Introduction to Bass Fishing” clinic on Saturday, April 23, at the Kehoe Education Center in Castleton.

Open to people of all ages and levels of experience, including those who are completely new to fishing, the…

It’s time to remove bird feeders
News Briefs
March 16, 2016

It’s time to remove bird feeders

Courtesy of VT F&W

Vermont Fish & Wildlife recommends taking down bird feeders now to avoid attracting black bears that are waking from hibernation.

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says warm spring weather and melting snows are…