Windsor, 7,788 Acres of Public Hunting Land for Whitetail Deer, Predator, Exotics – Windsor, Vermont
This is a 7,788-acre land owned by the State of Vermont and managed by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. The animals available here for hunting include black bear, moose, white-tailed deer, fisher, otter, beaver, mink, coyote, bobcat, porcupine, red squirrel, and chipmunk. Arthur Davis WMA is completely forested with trees like sugar and red maple, yellow birch, and beech. This area is approximately 1,280 feet along Broad Brook at the northwest corner, to 2,602 feet on Mt. Moses in the northeast corner. Mt. Tom reaches a height of 2,478 feet in the eastern portion of the WMA. Camping is not allowed at this land.
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