Vermont Wildlife Photos

Vermont wildlife,moose,grouse,turkey,deer,black bearVermont is home to a wide range of wildlife. Much of the land in central and northern Vermont is heavily forested. The Vermont woods are vast and hundreds of acres are protected. The VT wildlife photos here include; black bear, moose, bobcat, wild turkey, deer, beaver, fisher cat, rabbits, and more. We hope you enjoy the Vermont Wildlife photos and share your Vermont photo comments. To feature your Vermont business, contact us.

Vermont Wildlife

Vermont wildlife,waterfowl,bear,moose,turkey,VT wild animalsExplore Vermont’s Wildside – Take a wildife viewing vacation. The lucky few will catch an unforgettable view of a Lynx or Catamount. The more commonly spotted species may be found below. Share your Vermont wildlife.

Some popular Vermont Wildlife species include:

Animals

VT Wildlife, animal photos, deer, bear, eagles, and other animals commonly seen in Vermont

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A prehistoric bird found on some Vermont ponds and lakes.
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Ruffed Grouse

The “Partridge” is native to Vermont and the most abundant upland game bird in the state.

Woodcock

Also known as “Timberdoodles” or Gophers, Woodcock are found throughout Vermont.

Waterfowl

The duck populations are growing in Vermont. Mallards, black ducks, wood ducks and ring-necked ducks comprise most of Vermont’s “diving duck” population. Goose hunters are finding more opportunity than ever in every corner of the state.

Black Bear

Vermont has one of the densest black bear populations in the country (approximatley one bear for every three square miles).

Wild Turkey

The Wild Turkey is considered “Big Game” under Vermont law. The turkey is making a big comeback in the Green Mountain State. Flocks of up to 50 have been spotted in late winter. The Wild Turkey population is especially strong in the areas near the Connecticut River valley.

Vermont Catamount, Eastern Mountain Lion

A Vermont Catamount.

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