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  • Writer's pictureEric Rosen

What Wildlife will I see in Vermont?

Vermont is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including both common and rare species. Here are some of the most commonly seen animals in Vermont:

  1. White-tailed deer: White-tailed deer are abundant in Vermont and can often be seen grazing in fields and woodlands.

  2. Black bear: Black bears are also common in Vermont, particularly in the Green Mountains and other forested areas.

  3. Moose: Moose are a popular attraction in Vermont, particularly in the Northeast Kingdom region.

  4. Red fox: Red foxes are commonly seen throughout Vermont, particularly in suburban and rural areas.

  5. Coyote: Coyotes are also common in Vermont and can often be heard howling at night.

  6. Raccoon: Raccoons are found throughout Vermont and can often be seen foraging for food in urban and suburban areas.

  7. Bobcat: Bobcats are less common than some of the other animals on this list, but they are still regularly spotted in Vermont's forests and wetlands.

  8. Eastern cottontail: The eastern cottontail is a common rabbit species in Vermont and can be found in many types of habitats.

  9. Gray squirrel: Gray squirrels are ubiquitous in Vermont and are often seen in parks, woodlands, and backyards.

  10. Songbirds: Vermont is home to a variety of songbirds, including the American goldfinch, chickadee, blue jay, and many more.

These are just a few of the many species of animals that call Vermont home. Visitors to the state may also see beavers, otters, porcupines, and a variety of other wildlife depending on the season and location.

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