Maryland Season Ends with 65 Bears Taken

Maryland DNR, Bear Hunting Magazine
10/28/2011

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has closed the 2011 black bear hunting season. Hunters reported 65 kills as of nine o'clock Thursday night. The Maryland DNR had set a quota of 55 to 80 for the season. Official reports state that 59 bears were taken in Garrett County and six in Allegany County. The largest was a 376-pound boar.



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