The N.J. bear hunt is nearing 4,000 bears killed since the controversial season was restored in 2003, following a moratorium of three decades.
Hunters killed another 12 bears on Wednesday, bringing the 2017 total — during six days in October and three in December — to 341 bears.
Starting in 2003, a total of 3,984 bears have been killed during 10 annual hunts, including eight under Gov. Chris Christie.
The hunt is on pace to reach …read more
Source: NJ.com Bergen