Vermont Fish and Game Department
- General Information: (802)-828-1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- License Center: (802)-828-1190 or ANR.FWLicensing@vermont.gov
- Law Enforcement: (802)-828-1483
- Wildlife Services: (802) 223-8690
How to Apply
- Contact Vermont Fish and Game for an application
- Fill out the application and send it back
- Allow up to 30 days following the determination that the application is complete for application processing
Renewal and Reporting
There is a report within the application that must be sent in prior to taking action
Laws and Regulations
- Applications for a depredation permit shall only be submitted after non-lethal management proves unsuccessful.
- If a permit is issued, permittees will be expected to continue to integrate non-lethal techniques when implementing any lethal measures.
- Applicants must be at least 18 years of age to apply.
- Permit holders must follow Vermont Trapping Regulations, excluding seasons
Laws Regarding Translocation
In Vermont it is illegal to live trap nuisance wildlife and translocate the animals
Hunting and Trapping Regulations
A hunting license is not required to obtain this permit. However, if a firearm is being used as a control method or to euthanize the animal, a hunting license is required
A trapping license is not required to obtain this permit