Vermont F&W proposes sweeping changes to deer management
Mar 10th, 2019 by Keith Worrall 810
Modified Mar 10th, 2019 at 1:59 PM
MONTPELIER — After a lengthy review of Vermont’s deer hunting laws, the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department presented a series of proposed changes designed to increase hunter satisfaction and improve management of Vermont’s deer herd to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board on February 27.
A formal set of recommendations will be submitted to the Board on March 20 in preparation for the public meetings in March and April.
“The department and the Fish & Wildlife Board began a comprehensive review of deer regulations in 2013 in response to public input and to the need to improve deer management in some parts of the state,” said Fish & Wildlife Commissioner Louis Porter. “We listened to comments and suggestions at our annual public deer hearings, and we assessed the effects of earlier regulation changes.”
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PHOTO PROVIDED BY JOHN HALL – VTF&WDeer hunting law changes designed to increase hunter satisfaction and improve management of Vermont’s deer herd are being considered by the Fish & Wildlife Board.