Tag Archives: Vermont Fish & Wildlife

Fish stocking underway in Vermont
Sports
April 22, 2015

Fish stocking underway in Vermont

Courtesy of Vermont Fish & Wildlife

Matt Lavallee of Winooski holds up a brown trout he caught in the Winooski River during a recent Vermont trout season. Trout stocking is underway across the state of Vermont, meaning increased opportunities…

It’s time to remove bird feeders
State News
April 1, 2015

It’s time to remove bird feeders

Photo by Everett Marshall

Vermont Fish & Wildlife recommends taking down bird feeders by April 1 to avoid attracting black bears that are waking from hibernation.

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department recommends taking down bird feeders from…

Sports
February 5, 2015

Fish & Wildlife Department holds free trapping seminar

CASTLETON — The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will hold a free seminar entitled “Trapping Through the Ice” at the Edward Kehoe Education Center in Castleton, on Saturday, Feb. 7.

Vermont Fish & Wildlife warden Dave Gregory will lead topics on regulations, trapping equipment,…

Local News
October 30, 2014

Illegal hunters, thieves nabbed

RANDOLPH—State police and Vermont Fish & Wildlife jointly investigated several thefts and fish and game violations that occurred in the general Randolph/Braintree area over the last several months. Two stolen archery bows, components from other archery bows and a weed whacker have been recovered to…

Former endangered bird species continue path of recovery
State News
September 25, 2014

Former endangered bird species continue path of recovery

A bald eagle sits on a nest near Barnet along the Connecticut River. Bald eagles, once endangered, are now on the rise.

During the 2014 nesting season,Vermont’s loon population had a record success, producing 65 fledglings (chicks that survived to leave the nest) on lakes…