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October 31st, 2014

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Loons Post Record Year for Nesting Success, Bald Eagle Nesting Down

Vermont’s loon population had a record year for nesting success, producing 65 fledglings, or chicks that survived to leave the nest, on lakes and ponds throughout the state. Loons faced dramatic declines in the 20th century mostly due to shoreline development and human disturbance of loon habitat, but were removed from Vermont’s endangered species...

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Sweet, Hoar, Laperle Look for First Invitational Win

Nick Sweet (88VT), Patrick Laperle (91QC) and Brian Hoar (37VT) are all looking for their first Bond ACT Invitational win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday, September 20. They are pictured here with 2010 Invitational winner Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. (97NH). Photo by Eric LaFleche.   The starting field for the 6th annual Bond Auto ACT Inv...

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Spiny Water Flea Not Expected to Have Major Impact on Lake Champlain Fishing

The spiny water flea is a tiny invasive crustacean that was recently found to have spread to Lake Champlain. Photo by Emily DeBolt.     A new aquatic invasive species, the spiny water flea, was recently identified in Lake Champlain, but biologists with the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department do not believe the species will have a drama...

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Waterbury Center State Park to Remain Open Daily through September 21

  Vermont State Parks officials have announced that they will extend the operating period for Waterbury Center State Park this year to September 21. “Waterbury Center State Park is one of the most popular state parks in Vermont,” said Parks Regional Manager Susan Bulmer. “The park is a popular destination for local visitors, and also draws vis...

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Derrick O’Donnell Crowned 2014 “King of the Road”

Derrick O’Donnell, of North Haverhill, N.H., claimed his second straight Thunder Late Model “King of the Road” title at the conclusion of the 36th annual Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic 200 at Thunder Road on Monday, September 1. Second place point man Nick Sweet of Barre did all he could to snatch the title away from O’Donnell by claiming his second c...

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Vermont’s Big Game Reporting Stations for 2014

Hunters who take a bear, deer, turkey, or moose during the Vermont hunting seasons must bring the animal within 48 hours to the nearest game warden or to a Vermont Fish & Wildlife reporting station. Following is a list of wardens and reporting stations in Lamoille, Orange and Washington Counties for 2014. A full list of all wardens and reportin...

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Hunter Ed Courses Offered

It’s back to school season … for would-be hunters. With most hunting seasons just around the corner, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is urging new hunters to sign up now for a hunter education course. Classes fill up quickly, but securing a spot is easy with Fish & Wildlife’s online Hunter Education Program registration system. All w...

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Vermont Has Two Bear Hunting Seasons

Vermont has two bear hunting seasons. The early bear hunting season, which requires a special bear tag, starts September 1 and continues through November 14. The late bear season begins November 15 and continues through November 23. The bear tag that comes with a hunting license is for use during the late season, which partially overlaps with the N...

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VT Agency of Natural Resources Announces Berlin Pond Decision

The Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation recently announced its decision to grant the City of Montpelier’s petition to restrict use of Berlin Pond, in part, and to deny the Citizens to Protect Berlin Pond petition. The Department found that all internal combustion motors should be prohibited from use on the pond because of the risks the...

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Vermont’s Migratory Bird Hunting Seasons Are Announced

The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Board approved the 2014 migratory bird hunting season dates at its August 13 meeting in Montpelier. A printable copy of the regulations can be downloaded from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department website (www.vtfishandwildlife.com). A printed version also will be available from license agents and post offices i...

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