Conn. wildlife officials considering bear hunt to lower population

A growing bear population has Connecticut wildlife officials considering the state’s first bear hunt in 170 years.

The state’s expanding bear population was highlighted in the last week when an 82-year-old Windsor man was arrested after fatally shooting a black bear that damaged a bird feeder on his property.

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  1. This is insane!!! We are building houses in THEIR HOMES…..and now they arent allowed to live at all????? just kill off all of nature why dont you!! this is disgusting and inhumane…..i am completely repulsed by this……..

  2. We have already proved that killing will not solve what they see as a problem.


    I urge officials to educate themselves and align with groups such as this to learn how human animals can live without murdering non-human animals.

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