Vt. discusses big game management

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The state of Vermont is holding a public meeting on its draft plan for managing deer, moose, bear and turkeys in the next decade.

The meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7 in the Rutland High School cafeteria.

State wildlife biologist John Buck says the plan is a culmination of public survey data, biological data, public input and departmental thinking about managing these big game species for the people of Vermont.

The Fish and Wildlife department hopes to

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