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Vermont’s Frigid Winter And Wildlife Survival

March 27, 2014

A bear forages for food in the spring. (Courtesy of the Vermont Dept. of Fish and Wildlife)

The Northeast Kingdom is home to numerous species of wildlife. Even though the animals are at the mercy of the elements, they have endured over time in numbers both up and down depending on several circumstances. The weather and especially the ability to find food are large issues affecting them. They do have warm coats of fur and other mechanisms to keep warm through Vermont’s harsh climate, but deep snow pack can create some issues.

Please see The Newport Daily Express Friday for the complete story.


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