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MONTPELIER — Vermont Fish and Wildlife is asking drivers to slow down and be cautious when traveling at night in early spring or to take alternate routes to avoid driving near ponds and wetlands where salamanders and frogs are crossing during their breeding season.

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MONTPELIER — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board will hold online public hearings on deer and moose management for 2021 on March 23, 25 and 26.

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Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department staff gathered with conservation partners at the Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area in Addison recently to commemorate a century’s worth of wildlife management area conservation at one of Vermont’s most visited wildlife management areas.

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The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is asking hunters for help in a statewide initiative to gather more biological data on the state’s deer population. Hunters who get a deer during the November 14-29 regular deer season are asked to provide an incisor tooth from their deer.

Over the last couple weeks I have been burning a lot of nervous energy along with other brothers and sisters of the angling fraternity wondering about water flows, water temperatures and whether or …

I went outside to scratch around at the ground with my rake; much the same way as a chicken does with its feet. Slowly, I was unearthing the area where, the previous November, I had last seen one of …

MONTPELIER — Vermont's traditional trout fishing season is set to open April 14, and despite recent cold weather and lingering snow cover across the state, officials from Vermont Fish & …