Outdoor Journal

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Host Lawrence Pyne visits a few camps in Vermont to get a taste of deer camp culture. Then, we join Cedric Alexander of the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department on a trip to Wheelock Mountain to talk about managing moose and to see if we can get a glimpse of North America's largest mammal. Lastly, host Marianne Eaton joins members of the Vermont Cavers Association in Rutland County for a trip underground to explore one of Vermont's deep treasures.
 

Segments

Deer Camp
Moose Management
Caving

More...

  • Tenkara | Dead Creek Days |Trail Cutting | Backcountry Ski
  • Perch | Rock Climbing | Tubing | Sailboat Racing
  • Salmon| Soaring | Waterskiing | Rivers and Roads
  • Pike On The Fly | Duck Stamp | Herps Walk | LaPlatte River
  • Trophy Trout | Camp Cooking | Bird Banding | Tour de Farms
  • Mysterious Coyotes | Walleye Restoration | Beaver Pond Brook
  • Chain Pickerel | Wildlife For Educators | Moose Hunt
  • Oak Orchard River | Museum of Natural Hist | Skeet Shooting
  • White River Snorkeling | Lake Sturgeon | Haystack Mountain
  • Hang Gliding | Trout in the Classroom | Waterbury Reservoir
  • Deer Herd Management 2015
  • Deer Hearing - 2015
  • Fly Fishing | Autumn Paddling | Bike Trek | Owl Banding
  • Steelhead Fishing | Bristol Pond | Turkey Hunting | Surfing
  • Bass Fishing | Autumn Horseback | Mount Horrid
  • VT Fish, Deep-woods Trail, Camping at Burton Island
  • Bristol iNaturalist | Kayak Fishing | White River Rafting
  • got your deer yet? An Outdoor Journal Special
  • Deer Herd Management: An Outdoor Journal Special
  • Ice Fishing, Shooting Ranges, Bob Klein, Bald Eagle Survey
  • Dog Sledding / Timber Rattlers / Wenlock WMA
  • Scuba Diving, Panning For Gold, Rock River WMA, Gillnetting
  • Hudson River Stripers, Doe Camp, Podunk WMA, Goose Round-Up
  • Kent Pond Bass, Bat Research, Vermont Skydiving

Resources and Links


Deer Camp
  • Deer Camp: Last Light in the Northeast
    by John M. Miller, Meg Ostrum (Editor), Howard Frank Mosher
    The MIT Press
    Cambridge, MA 02142
    ISBN: 0262-13283-4
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