Vt. officials to hold hearings on deer, moose herd

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MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department says meetings about the state’s deer and moose herds will be held soon.

Discussion scheduled for next month will include results from the 2013 season and prospects for this year’s deer and moose season. The department will also give an update on the deer management review.

Attendees are welcome to bring their experience with the herds and recommendations about hunting regulations.

Public hearings are scheduled for March 25 in Springfield, March 26 in Orleans and March 27 in Middlebury. Two more hearings will be held in May.

The March 27 meeting will be live streamed at VPT.org

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