Category Archives: In Season

Wolves Return: Are we really hearing the howls of new packs in Vermont after decades of silence?

According to a recent report by the Wolf Conservation Center, the wolves that were once indigenous to New England and believed to be extinct are making a comeback. During the…

Asian Tiger Mosquito Discovered in Vermont

According to state officials, the mosquitoes “were not carrying the tropical viruses associated with this species,” but the find is “notable.” BURLINGTON, Vt – State Agriculture and Health officials announced…

Coyote Attack in Salisbury Vermont Fuels Rumors of Wolves and Werewolves

The latest in a series of attacks by wolf-like creatures in New England is creating an online sensation and, for some, is giving credence to a long-forgotten werewolf legend in…

Franklin Country Resident First Vermonter to Die of Lyme Disease

BURLINGTON – Laboratory results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have confirmed that the recent death of a Franklin County, Vermont resident was a result of Lyme…

Vermont Hunter Reports Encounter with “Ten Foot Tall Dogman” Monster

Report is the most recent account in a series of incidents reviving an old werewolf legend. “Al,” the pseudonym used for a young man with aspirations to enter a career,…

New Vermont Gun Laws: State Officials May Profit from Gun Seizures

MONTPELIER – In a highly controversial move, Vermont’s Republican Governor Phil Scott has broken rank with his constituents by signing new legislation that dramatically restricts the rights of gun-owners in…

Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge Open House and Art Exhibit

The Refuge will celebrate the 23nd anniversary of International Migratory Bird Day on Saturday, May 21, 2016.  The theme for 2016 IMBD is “Spread Your Wings for Bird Conservation.” Activities…

Turkey Hunting Seminars, April 2 & 3

MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is hosting two free turkey hunting seminars this spring – one on Saturday, April 2, the other on Sunday, April 3….

It’s Time to Remove Bird Feeders

MONTPELIER, Vt. – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says warm spring weather and melting snows are causing bears to come out of their winter dens early in search of…

Volunteers Needed to Report Roadkill Sightings: WildPaths Project to Document Wildlife Crossing Roadways

Montgomery – As spring warms our region, animals are on the move and will often be seen both successfully and unsuccessfully crossing roadways. Cold Hollow to Canada is seeking volunteers…