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Are you seeing birds on the move?
With November finally bringing some colder temperatures, many folks in the North are saying goodbye to beloved timberdoodles, while our friends down south are ready for their return.

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Vermont is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States, bordered by Canada to the north; New Hampshire to the east; Massachusetts to the south; and New York to the west. Hunting in Vermont is a tradition that extends back before the country’s founding. In fact, Vermont was the first state with constitutional language that protects its citizens’ right to hunt. With the state’s combination of rolling farmland and thick woods, hunting remains popular and a way to put truly fresh local food on the table. The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is one of three departments in the Agency of Natural Resources with a anual $20 million budget funded by three major sources: user-based fees such as licenses, excise taxes on gasoline and on hunting and fishing equipment, and state general funds. Per the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, 254,000 hunters and anglers spend $442 million annually and support 6,814 jobs. For more information on hunting and fishing in Vermont please visit  and for information on traveling to Vermont visit

Seasons & Regulations

Information on licenses and seasons can be found at . Indiana allows the purchase of a hunting and/or fishing licenses online, in person, or via mail. Seasons are presented for each species including bag and size limits.