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The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department Podcast

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Dec 10, 2021

"I think that hunting has a real possibility to build bridges. Between urban and rural, between conservative and liberal, between all sorts of different places. If you have a Venn diagram of interests, there are a lot of ways that hunting and being in nature could create the common space for people who are coming to...

Apr 19, 2021

"You can tell when the wood frogs have finally made it to the water because they're clacking away, doing their breeding song. Then you have the spring peeper choruses, and sometimes that's deafening. If you get really close to a spring peeper scene at night, it's so loud it actually hurts."

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Jun 25, 2020

"As someone who doesn't own a ton of land or a fancy boat, this is a really important way for me to connect with fishing, and aquatic resources. And my kid."  Ali Thomas, VTFW Education Programs Coordinator
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Apr 14, 2020

"Coyotes love to visit these beaver dams. They'll often walk over to the top and smell it. In fact, you can smell it! If you get down and smell, you can actually smell the sweet scent of the beaver, coming out of that house..." -- Paul Noel

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Jan 19, 2020

"There’s just a mountain of stuff to keep you from (learning to hunt), but it’s so worth it if you can push yourself and find someone that’s going to invest their time in you..." - Matt Lacey.