Public Events Announced for New Comprehensive Deer Management Plan January 16, 2013 Vermont

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Public Events Announced for New Comprehensive Deer ManagementPlan January 16, 2013 Vermont, Vermont Fish and Wildlife
... Hunters interested in Vermont's deer herd should plan on attending one of three public events scheduled for January 19th, 30th and 31st ... An introductory seminar on whitetailed deer will be held at the Yankee Classic sportsman show at noon on Saturday, January 19 ... Two public input meetings will be held from 7-9 p.m. at the Kehoe Conservation Camp, 636 Point of Pines Road in Castleton on January 30, and at Spaulding High School Cafeteria, 155 Ayers Street in Barre on January 31... an experimental antler point regulation (APR) was established in 2005 defining a legal antlered deer as a deer with two or more points on one side greater than one inch in length. The objective was to move more 1 ½ year old antlered deer into the 2 ½ year old age class and slightly increasing the total number of bucks.


Vermont's Comprehensive Deer Management Review Plan February 6, 2013 Vermont Fish and Wildlife
     Vermont manages our deer population, despite changes in weather, habitat and hunting patterns, to keep a consistently healthy and age-diverse herd across the state. Our deer management program is guided by management goals and population objectives outlined in Vermont’s 2010-2020 Big Game Management Plan.
      While the plan establishes deer population objectives, it also allows for evaluating the department’s practices. We want to include Vermont citizens in this process as a way of being responsive to our stakeholders
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