Judge Rules to Maintain Virginia Bear Hunt

A day after New Jersey hunters lost their bear season to a state supreme court decision, a federal judge in … Continued

A day after New Jersey hunters lost their bear season to a state supreme court decision, a federal judge in Virginia shot down a last-minute legal challenge by animal-rights groups to stop a two-day black bear season scheduled to start today in the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge. The hunt will go on as scheduled–proving that something, at least, is still right in the world. Here’s the story.