Nevada’s third black bear hunting season has come to a close, with a total of 14 bears harvested out of the state’s quota of 20.
But some activists think there shouldn’t be a bear hunt at all.
Since bear hunting is a “trophy sport” – hunters get bragging rights, but don’t consume the meat – the practice of hunting black bear in Nevada has been controversial from the start. What is the future of Nevada's black bear hunt?
Scott Raines, hunter, former Nevada Wildlife Commision chair
Ann Bryant, Executive Director, Bear League
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