Yogi, beware! Nevada may have a bear hunting season for the first time in its history. There are 200-300 bears in Nevada - the smallest bear population in the West. Hunt opponents say the bear population should be protected. But hunt supporters say they're seeing more bears in town, and bears need to be scared away. Should Nevada bears be protected or hunted? The wildlife commission chairman and a local wildlife advocate debate the issue.
Scott Raine, Chair, Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners
Don Molde, former board member, Defenders of Wildlife
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