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Tuesday, May 28th, 2024

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New Mexico Game Commission to consider increasing hunting limits for black bears in some areas

Stewart Liley, the New Mexico Game and Fish Department's head of wildlife management, recommended a slight increase to the total number of black bears that hunters should be able to kill in the state, to 864 from the current 804. (Stock photo)

The New Mexico Game Commission will consider in October increasing hunting limits for black bears in several areas of the state.
Stewart Liley, the state Game and Fish Department’s head of wildlife management, presented a plan to the commission on Friday, recommending that the total kills allowed be increased to 864 from the current 804.

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