Vermont has more than 800,000 acres of conserved wildlife habitat open to public hunting. White tailed deer, black bear, moose, and wild turkeys are abundant in suitable habitat. Snowshoe hare, cottontail rabbit, gray squirrels, ruffled goose, woodcock, ducks and geese are also plentiful. Hunting is allowed on Sundays.
Licenses are sold statewide as well as online at Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. We try to keep a copy of the Vermont Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Guide on file in our lobby.