Bear Market: Cranberry Wilderness opens to hunters of animal

By Emily Corio
ecorio@wvpubcast.org 

After more than 25 years as a black bear sanctuary, Cranberry Wilderness and Backcountry areas will open to hunters this fall. State Division of Natural Resources officials say a plentiful bear population is the reason for change. Emily Corio reports.

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One Comment on “Bear Market: Cranberry Wilderness opens to hunters of animal”

  1. wayne rife Says:

    can dogs be used in the pursuit of bear in cranberry


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