(WWLP) – Tuesday marked the beginning of black bear hunting season in Massachusetts.
Bear hunting season is split into three parts, the first beginning the day after Labor Day. You need either a bear permit or a hunting license to take part. Starting now you can hunt with a rifle, handgun, muzzleloader, or a bow and arrow.
The bag limit for black bears is only one, and hunting hours are from a half-hour before sunrise to a half-hour after sunset.
More from NEWS10
- Albany Police investigate shooting incident
- Update: Man arrested in vandalizing BLM mural
- ‘Pandemic in a pandemic’: New push in Congress aims to prevent health care worker suicides as COVID rages on
- Where Afghan refugees are headed in the U.S. by state
- Hispanic Heritage children’s parade of lanterns at UAlbany Campus