black bear fact sheet.pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife Departmentblack bears in Vermont average between 120 and 180 pounds. A female
exceeding 200 pounds is uncommon. In contrast, male black bears are generally
Living With Vermont's Black Bears .pub - Vermont Fish & Wildlife northeastern part of Vermont. The best habitat for black bears in Vermont is a
mixture of coniferous trees, hardwoods, wetlands, and variation in terrain.
Buy Your License - Vermont Fish & WildlifeConfidentiality of Information: Information collected for the sale of department
hunting, fishing , trapping licenses and permits is not public information under ... Vermont hunting license - License Agents - FAQs
Vermont Guide to Hunting, Fishing and Trapping LawsLaw Digest and Other Regulations . laws cover with link to interactive web
publication. Vermont Guide to Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Laws ». Seasonally
Coniferous Forests. pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentConiferous Forests. Vermont Fish and Wildlife Habitat Fact Sheet. As a forest of
lower elevations, the coniferous forest occupies much of. Vermont's Northeastern
Big Game Species - Vermont Fish & WildlifeThe big game species listed below-white-tailed deer, black bear, wild turkey and
moose -are all species that are hunted in Vermont. Each of these species play ...
How to Tell the Difference Between Little Brown and Big Brown Bats The little brown bat and the big brown bat are referred to as “house bats” and can
typically be found in buildings in Vermont from mid-April to October.
Reciprocal Fishing Licenses - Vermont Fish & WildlifeWith a surface area of over 435 square miles and a length of over 100 miles,
Lake Champlain offers a tremendous amount of high quality fishing for
Moose Permit Lottery Application - Vermont Fish & Wildlife2014 Moose Permit Lottery Winners ». What you must do if you won a permit: You
will receive an information packet in the mail. The information packets were ...
Eastern Wild Turkey Fact Sheet - Vermont Fish & WildlifeThe eastern subspecies of wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo silvestris) is the ....
Long, strong legs enable wild turkeys to run fast - as much as 25 miles per hour.
Green Mountain Conservation Camps - Vermont Fish & WildlifeApplications for the upcoming Green Mountain Conservation Camps will be ... the
Camp : The Green Mountain Conservation Camps (GMCC) are twin summer ...
LET'S GO FISHING ” PROGRAM? The “ - Vermont Fish & WildlifeThe “ Let's Go Fishing ” (LGF) Program is an organized effort to train a network of
volunteers to teach and encourage young people and their families how to fish.
Genetic assessment of Lake Champlain Muskellunge.pdfFisheries Biologist, Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife ... Chautauqua Lake
muskie fry into the Great Chazy River (New York tributary to Lake Champlain ).
Gray Squirrel .pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife Departmentreproductive success. In good food years, up to 40 percent of females produce
second litters, in poor years almost none. Average life expectancy for a squirrel is
Register for your H.I.P. number - Vermont Fish & WildlifeIf you are hunting migratory game birds, federal law requires you to register with
the Migratory Bird Harvest Information Program ( HIP ). Migratory game birds ...
Ruffed Grouse .pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentThe ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus) is a non- migratory ... The ruffed grouse can
be found throughout most of the state, ... northern portion of its range and.
Living With Vermont's Black Bears.pub - Vermont Fish & Wildlife found in Vermont . The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department's ... The best habitat
for black bears in Vermont ... Bird feeders , barbecue grills, garbage, and dirty.
Lottery Applications and Winners - Vermont Fish & WildlifeVermont annually holds two lotteries -one for Moose permits and Antlerless
permits. Each year the number of permits offered in the lottery vary depending on
Fishing Access Area Map - Vermont Fish & WildlifeUse the map above to locate a place to go fishing or boating. Or use the link
below to search for an access area based on boat size, county, or species of fish;
Stocking Ponds Fact Sheet.pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentWill fish stocked into my pond survive? VERMONT FISH CULTURE FACT SHEET
. Many things can affect stocking fish into a pond , but the most important is ...
Bearproofing Beehives.pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentBlack bear depredation is an occurrence that all. Bee keepers dread. This
booklet details bear proof electric fence designs that have proven effective.
Contacting a Game Warden - Vermont Fish & WildlifeWardens enforce fish and wildlife, boat, snowmobile, ATV, and general criminal
laws. Wardens can ... This "Operation Game Thief" number is 1-800-752-5378.
Education & Training - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentAs the arm of the Fish and Wildlife Department charged with communications, the
Outreach Division is the interface between the department's technical staff and ...
Fishing Access Areas - Vermont Fish & WildlifeAll access areas are open to hunting, trapping, fishing, and boating . ... Prior to the
use of motorboat registration fees, angler license dollars were used in a similar ...
HUNTER ACCESS VERMONT - Vermont Fish & WildlifeAll shooting is prohibited in the Safety Zone and no wild animal may be taken ...
These signs are an alternative to posting “NO HUNTING ” signs if you wish to ...
Bats in Your House .pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife Departmentand the bats safe. SINGLE BAT IN THE HOUSE . Individual bats occasionally
enter houses, most often during evenings in July and. August. These wayward
223 to 236 Cliffs and Talus .pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife Departmentmuch colder and freeze-thaw cycles were more severe, talus slopes ...
Characteristic plants are red spruce, balsam fir, American mountain-ash, bush-
Wildlife tracking in vermont - Vermont Fish & Wildlife Departmentinterested enough in wildlife to carefully study tracks and signs ( scats ) can ...
Some creatures such as deer and beaver have distinctive tracks , but other
animals ' ...
Peregrine Falcon Fact Sheet - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentFACTS ABOUT NONGAME WILDLIFE SPECIES. Vermont's ... Also known as the
“duck-hawk” or the “wanderer,” the peregrine falcon is a bird of amazing speed ...
Sea Lamprey - Vermont Fish & WildlifeSea lamprey control is a vital component of these efforts. The sea lamprey's
aggressive, parasitic behavior allows it to attack and often kill fish by draining
Mentored Hunting License.pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentMentored Hunting License. Mentored Hunting licenses will be available January
1, 2011. The license may be purchased at department's Waterbury office and ...
Vermont's Comprehensive Deer Management Review PlanThis study was conducted to determine hunters ' opinions on and attitudes toward
deer management strategies, specifically as they relate to Vermont's hunting ...
Raccoon - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentOriginally, the raccoon occupied habitats in hardwood ... raccoon population,
which has created conflicts between people and .... do not hibernate but do sleep
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Family Fishing Hot Spots - Vermont Fish & WildlifeMaking Memories Your kids are growing up so fast it won't be long before they're
on their own. What memories will you be able to share with them? Chances are ...
Lifetime License Information - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentTo obtain a Lifetime License for those now eligible to hold a license : ... Lifetime
hunting or combination licenses can ONLY be activated at the main office.
where have lead sinkers been banned? - Vermont Fish & WildlifeThe U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is currently considering banning the use of
lead sinkers and jigs on national wildlife refuges where loons and Trumpeter ...
Arthur Davis WMA .pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentArthur Davis WMA is open to regulated hunting, trapping, fishing, hiking and
wildlife viewing. Timber rights on the WMA ... sites, log truck traffic, and
seasonally muddy roads. History ... homes and the man -made Colby Pond. The
Pond Woods WMA.pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentRoute 22A, Perch Pond Road , Bishop Hill Road , and the west side of Pond
Woods Road . There is a pleasant picnic ... elevation and contains Cranberry
Swamp , a poor fen, to the east and Walker Swamp to .... During Big Game.
Northeast Kingdom Fishing Guide - Vermont Fish & Wildlife Worms are the bait of choice in ... to eat , but it also wants to ... a “ worm . Trout. The
Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department stocks trout in the spring. One of the ...
Bennington Fish Culture Station - Vermont Fish & WildlifeThe Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department has five hatcheries, each with its own
unique characteristics. The department started raising fish in Vermont in 1891.
Middlesex Notch WMA.pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentMiddlesex Notch Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is located in the central
Vermont towns of Middlesex and. Waterbury. The WMA is 627 acres in size.
Future of Hunting book . pdf - Vermont Fish & Wildlife DepartmentThey are not listed in order of importance. 1. Have a private ..... By the 1980s,
Geist could see that his own colleagues (wildlife biologists for the most part) had