Sluggish start to 2nd round of New Jersey bear hunt; Parsippany resident responds

Valerie Devine of Parsippany, a protester, said she has been protesting the bear hunt ever year since 2010, when the annual season resumed under Gov. Chris Christie.


The second and final stage of New Jersey’s 2016 black bear hunt got off to a slow start Monday. Two months after 562 bears were killed over six days, the state’s five weigh stations were reporting very little activity, state Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Robert Geist said. Segment B of New Jersey’s bear hunt coincides…



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