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NJ’s black bear hunt begins Today

New Jersey's annual black bear hunting season will begin Dec. 8 and continue until Dec. 13. The state has held a black bear hunt every December since 2010.

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Black bear (Henry King, Getty Images}
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Police say black bear likely killed hiker in New Jersey

WEST MILFORD, N.J. (AP) -- A black bear believed to have attacked and killed a hiker over the weekend likely was looking for food and was circling the victim's body when sheriff's officers and wildlife officials killed it, officials said Monday.

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NJ bears moving south

North Jersey still has the "lion's share" of bears, but animal experts claim bear sightings are bound to become more common for residents in the central and southern portions of the state.

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Who’s Seen a Bear in NJ? [POLL]

Once again, I feel like I'm not a real New Jerseyan.

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A bear in tree at Phillipsburg High School
A bear in tree at Phillipsburg High School (Mr.Troxell (@pburgprincipal) via Twitter)
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Bear Delays Start of North Jersey School

A bear in a tree delayed the start of school Friday morning at a high school in North Jersey.

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Black Bear sighting in Warren County NJ
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NJ Homeowners Urged to Bear Proof Homes [AUDIO]

Black bears are beginning to emerge from their winter slumber and homeowners in northern New Jersey, where the animals are known to roam, are urged to take precautions to prevent encounters.

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Check Out This D&D Listener’s Photos of His New Jersey Bear Encounter

Yesterday morning kicked off New Jersey's 4th annual bear hunt, a six day effort to thin the population.

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Black Bear sighting in Warren County NJ
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New Efforts to Keep Bears Away from New Jerseyans [AUDIO]

Legislation will be considered by a State Senate Committee this week that calls for bear-resistant garbage containers, cans and dumpster to be required for all Garden State residents who live near wooded areas where bears have been spotted.

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Permitting Under Way for Upcoming NJ Bear Hunt

New Jersey is gearing up for its fourth state-sanctioned bear hunt.

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Black Bear Walks the Streets Like a Resident [VIDEO]

Most videos you see with bears that lose their way have people trying to get out of the way or the bear trying to climb up a tree to get away from the scary people. Not this video.

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