What is now an olympic sport -- skeet shooting started as a way for hunters to practice their wing shooting skills. it may not be as easy as it looks but anyone can enjoy the sport with a little...
Since 2012 the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department and Trout Unlimited have been strategically adding wood to waterways to improve stream and brook trout habitat. The program is called Chop...
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...
The Oak Orchard River in western New York offers the chance to fish for several species of trout and salmon. And when it comes to big brown trout it’s world class.
Vermont is full of hidden gems. And thanks to technology there’s a new bread of treasure hunters out there. We hit the trails with John Sandorn on a geocaching adventure.
We head out with the Prue and Sicard families of Westmore, Vermont and take a fall hike up Haystack Mountain.
With the use of implanted acoustic tags the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department hopes to improve their research on the endangered Lake Sturgeon in Lake Champlain.
From a distance Vermont’s upland rivers seem mostly flat and largely barren. But dawn a mask and snorkel and take a closer look and you’ll discover an underwater world of deep boulder studded...
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