A group of demonstrators from the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida gathers outside the Jacksonville Hyatt Regency where the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission was meeting to consider opening a hunting season for black bears following a 20-year closure.
A group of demonstrators from the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida gathers outside the Jacksonville Hyatt Regency where the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission was meeting to consider opening a hunting season for black bears following a 20-year closure. Sue Cocking Miami Herald Staff
A group of demonstrators from the Animal Rights Foundation of Florida gathers outside the Jacksonville Hyatt Regency where the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission was meeting to consider opening a hunting season for black bears following a 20-year closure. Sue Cocking Miami Herald Staff

Florida black bear hunt to go forward

February 04, 2015 06:45 PM

UPDATED February 04, 2015 08:13 PM

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