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Since eastern coyotes first arrived in Vermont in the 1940s, they have steadily expanded until today they are found in almost every corner of every town in the state. Hated for preying on deer,...

Wildlife

The sounds of campfire songs can be heard echoing over Buck Lake in Woodbury all summer long from adolescents attending the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department’s Conservation Camp. But one week...

Wildlife

Michael Clough (cluf), the Assistant Director of the Southern Vermont Museum of Natural History, travels throughout the state with a variety of rescued animals to help educate and inspire people...

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When it comes to learning about your hunting area and simply enjoying wildlife, there is no substitute for time spent outdoors. But game cameras are the next best thing. These motion-sensing...


On warm early spring nights amphibians across Vermont are on the move. Salamanders and frogs migrate in mass from their upland wintering habitat to wetland breeding grounds. Unfortunately in many...


Since its inception back in the fall of 2002, Dead Creek Wildlife Day has become an annual event held on the first Saturday in October. Activities include everything from decoy carving and...



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