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October 31st, 2014

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Vermont’s Shotgun and Archery Fall Turkey Hunting Starts Oct. 26

  Vermont’s popular shotgun and archery fall turkey hunting starts Saturday, October 26 in selected wildlife management areas (WMUs).   Shotgun or bow and arrow: October 26-November 3 in WMUs B, D1, D2, G, H1, H2, I, J1, J2, L, M1, M2, O1, O2, P, and Q   Shotgun or bow and arrow: October 26-November 10 in WMUs F1, F2, K1, K2, and N...

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Vermont’s Big Game Reporting Stations for 2013

  Hunters who take a bear, deer or turkey during the Vermont hunting seasons must bring the animal within 48 hours to the nearest game warden or to the nearest Vermont Fish & Wildlife reporting station.   Below is a list of wardens and reporting stations in Orange County and Washington County for 2013. The biological check stations fo...

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Fish & Wildlife Dept. Seeks Bear Teeth from Hunters

  The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding successful bear hunters to submit a bear tooth so that wildlife managers can collect information on Vermont’s bear population.   Teeth submitted by hunters are used to determine the age of the bear. Department staff use age and sex data to get an estimate of the number of bears in...

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Vermont Offers Several Deer Hunting Opportunities

Vermont has more older bucks in its deer population as a result of the antler point restriction that went into effect in 2005. VT Fish & Wildlife photo by Dave Yandel.   Hunters should feel upbeat about the state’s deer hunting seasons this year, according to Vermont deer biologist Adam Murkowski.   “Vermont’s deer herd has benefitted...

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Fall Fishing Opportunities Heat Up as Waters Cool

Autumn provides some of the year’s best fishing opportunities in Vermont’s streams, rivers, and lakes, and you may just have the water all to yourself. Hot temperatures in July and August can make fishing difficult for many species like trout, salmon, pike and walleye. But once the water starts to cool down in the fall, these fish start biting agai...

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City of Montpelier Announces Three Public Forums on Important Development Projects

  The City of Montpelier has announced three upcoming public forums aimed at soliciting resident feedback on important development projects in the City.   On Wednesday, October 9th, Gary Toth from the Project for Public Spaces (http://www.pps.org/) will visit Montpelier to share with residents some ideas on the use of public spaces. The P...

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American Racer Tire Debuts at 2013 Milk Bowl

  One of the country’s most unique events, billed as the ‘toughest short track race in America,’ Thunder Road’s Milk Bowl just got tougher. The American Canadian Tour recently announced that they will be making a tire change for the first time in nearly a decade. The American Racer tire will become the tire of choice beginning in 2014 for the...

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Bob Klein Recognized with 2013 Arthur Gibb Award for Individual Leadership

  The Vermont Natural Resources Council recognized Bob Klein of East Montpelier last week with the Arthur Gibb Award for Individual Leadership.   The honor comes as Klein steps down as state director of the Vermont Chapter of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) after over 30 years of service to the organization.   Klein received the award offici...

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Sept. 28 is National Hunting & Fishing Day

  National Hunting and Fishing Day on September 28 is a perfect day to celebrate the contributions by hunters and anglers to fish and wildlife conservation through the Sportfish and Wildlife Restoration Program.   “Celebrating National Hunting and Fishing Day helps recognize that hunters and anglers have been the leaders in major conserva...

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Bobby Petrocelli to Speak at SHS this Wednesday

This Wednesday, September 18th, all parents, community members, and families with middle and high school age students are welcome to a presentation by Bobby Petrocelli, to be held at 7pm in the Spaulding High School auditorium in Barre.   Bobby Petrocelli is an international speaker, author, coach, teacher, and noted authority on positive life...

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