How do you contact fish and wildlife?

How do you contact fish and wildlife?

We are happy to hear from you and will make every effort to respond quickly to your question or comments. If you require a faster response, please call 1-800-344-WILD between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM Eastern Time, Monday through Friday.

How much do Vermont game wardens make?

Salaries for Vermont’s Game Wardens The overall average among Vermont’s game wardens was $55,570 ($26.71), while experienced game wardens earning within the top 10% made an average of $73,330 ($37.18/hour). The Vermont Human Resources Department reported on salaries for game warden positions according to rank.

How much is a VT fishing license?

License Price List, Information, and other Requirements

License Type Resident Non-Resident
Fishing $28.00 $54.00
5 Year Fishing $134.00 $264.00
Youth Fishing (ages 15-17) $8.00 $15.00
1 Day Fishing * N/A $21.00

Can you fish in Vt without a license?

VERMONT FISHING LICENSE INFORMATION All anglers aged 15 and older are required to have a fishing license in their possession at all times while fishing.

When is hunting season in VT?

Hunting Season Begins. September 1st marks the start of Early Black Bear Season in Vermont, followed by many other hunting seasons throughout the fall. Hunting is allowed on all GMC owned and managed lands, including along the Long Trail and Appalachian Trail corridors in Vermont.

What wild animals live in Vermont?

Some popular Vermont Wildlife species include: Ruffed Grouse. Woodcock. Waterfowl. Black Bear. White-Tailed Deer. Wild Turkey. Moose.

Is there fishing in Vermont?

Vermont is home to a few classic, hallowed trout streams such as the Battenkill. However, there is great small stream and lake fishing opportunities to be found off the beaten path. Many Vermont rivers and streams feature great hatches in text book fly fishing situations during the right time of year, and the right time of day.

What is the Department of Fish and Wildlife?

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS or FWS) is an agency of the US federal government within the US Department of the Interior dedicated to the management of fish, wildlife, and natural habitats.