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Wildlife Management Area

For more than 30 years Bob Klein was the director of the Vermont Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. From the Little Otter Creek Wildlife Management Area in Ferrisburg to Victory Bog in the...


Wenlock Wildlife Management Area is one of the real special Wildlife Management Areas that is owned by Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. About one-half of the nearly 2,000-acre WMA is...


The Rock River Wildlife Management Area is located in the town of Highgate. The slow moving river begins in Canada and meanders its way through the northwestern corner of Vermont and eventually...


The Podunk Wildlife Management Area was purchased in 1963 from a local hardwood manufacturer who used the land to supply his mill with lumber. And now here we are in the summer of 2013 celebrating...


Middlesex Wildlife Management Area is managed for its important deer wintering habitat.


Located in the town of Whitingham the Atherton Meadows wildlife management area consists of two parcels situated on either side of Route 100. The smaller piece is southeast of Route 100. The...


The upper Connecticut River has always been considered a treasured gem in the Northeast Kingdom. And thanks to a partnership reached in 2012 between the Vermont Land Trust, the Nature Conservancy...


Located in southeastern Vermont the Turner Hill Wildlife Management Area sits atop of what is known as the Athens dome. The 595 acres straddle the towns of Athens and Grafton, Vermont.


Steam Mill Brook Wildlife Management Area is the second largest Wildlife Management Area in the state. It’s about roughly 10,800 acres. Most of the WMA is located in the towns of Walden and...


Located in the east-central Vermont town for which it’s named, the 60 acre Fairlee Marsh Wildlife Management Area is located where the outlet of Lake Morey empties into the Connecticut River. Over...


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