Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is the state agency responsible for wildlife conservation, wildlife protection, habitat management, information & education in Vermont.

The primary duties of the Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife is:

  • To manage and protect wildlife in Vermont
  • To manage wildlife habitat
  • To educate the public on wildlife and safe hunting practices
  • Set hunting and fishing seasons and creel limits
  • Issuing hunting and fishing licenses
  • Set hunting & fishing regulations in Vermont
  • Conduct tests for wildlife disease
  • Animal Reintroduction
103 South Main Street, Waterbury, VT, 05676
(802) 241-3700