Fewer Bears Killed In Wis. Hunting Season

Wisconsin wildlife officials said hunters killed fewer black bears this year.  The Department of Natural Resources said preliminary registration numbers show hunters killed 3,685 bears during the 2018 season, down 11-percent from 4,136 in 2017.  DNR officials said the reduced harvest was expected since the agency reduced the quota in three of the state’s four bear management zones to boost the population.