As day four of New Jersey's annual black bear hunt came to a close, state officials reported that hunters managed to harvest 24 bears - the lowest total since the culling efforts began earlier this week.
An unseasonably mild weather day Wednesday gave New Jersey hunters favorable conditions as the state's annual black bear hunt continued, with a total of 57 bears taken for the day, and 366 killed since the hunt began earlier this week.
The New Jersey black bear hunt began Monday with 118 bears already killed in the Garden State. Speaking on NJ 101.5's Ask The Governor program Tuesday, Gov. Chris Christie said the hunt is necessary and will continue.
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