FWC approves limited bear hunting in Florida

For the first time in two decades, bear hunting will be allowed in the state of Florida.

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approved hunting at its three-day commissioner meeting last week in Sarasota.

Several areas of the state will be open for hunting over the course of a short season in late October. The western part of the panhandle isn’t included.

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