Florida black bears may be re-opened to hunting after a 20-year prohibition, now that their numbers are growing along with their interactions with humans.
Florida black bears may be re-opened to hunting after a 20-year prohibition, now that their numbers are growing along with their interactions with humans. Ron Bergeron Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Florida black bears may be re-opened to hunting after a 20-year prohibition, now that their numbers are growing along with their interactions with humans. Ron Bergeron Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Florida wildlife agency considers bear hunt following increase in complaints

February 02, 2015 08:25 AM

UPDATED February 03, 2015 05:58 AM

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