Vermont Hunting News

Vermont Youth Hunts Important
Nearly 6,500 youth quietly stood watch over Vermont's fields and woods the first weekend of November, and they were far more successful than they might have realized.
Vermont Opens 17 Biological Deer Check Stations
If you are a Vermont deer hunter, you probably care a lot about how Vermont's deer herd is managed and you likely would help in managing the herd if you could. Now, you have that chance - on opening weekend of Vermont's rifle deer season.
Vermont Archery Deer Season Now Open
Vermont's archery deer hunting season started Saturday, October 6, and hunters can expect to see plenty of deer this year according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
Vermont Offers Improved Deer Hunting
Vermont's antler regulations put in place in 2005 are now the talk of deer hunters throughout the Northeast.
Vermont Needs Public Help With On-Line Deer Survey
Here's an opportunity to help in an on-line wildlife survey by reporting information on deer and submitting digital photographs you take of bucks seen in Vermont during September.
Vermont FWD Needs Volunteers for Turkey Survey
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources' Fish & Wildlife Department is seeking help in determining this spring's turkey nesting success by asking volunteers to record wild turkey sightings during August using the department's web-based survey.
Vermont Anterless Deer Deadline Aug 24th
If you want to apply for a 2007 Vermont muzzleloader antlerless deer hunting permit, you need to make sure your lottery application is postmarked or delivered to the Agency of Natural Resources' Fish & Wildlife Department by August 24.
Vermont's Record Breaking Spring Turkey Season
Vermont's reputation for great spring turkey hunting is well known, but hunters have now topped all previous records with reports of more than 5,000 turkeys taken in the state's April 28-29 youth hunt and May 1-31 season.
Vermont Needs Help Locating Bobcat GPS Collars
Here is a chance for you to help in wildlife conservation. Wildlife researchers from the Agency of Natural Resources and the Vermont Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit are asking for help in locating Global Positioning System (GPS) tracking collars they placed on bobcats in northwestern and central Vermont during the last two years.
Vermont Moose Lottery Now Open
Always wanted a moose hunting permit but never won one in a state lottery? Here's your chance to bid on a permit, rather than take your chances in another moose permit lottery.