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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