Starting tomorrow, West Virginiaâ€™s wildlife biologists will begin two daysâ€™ worth of meetings at the Division of Natural Resourcesâ€™ Elkins Operations Center. After they emerge from their meeting rooms, agency biologists will put together their proposals for this yearâ€™s big-game seasons. Look for substantial changes in bear-hunting regulations, but very few changes in deer-hunting regulations. Paul Johansen, the DNRâ€™s assistant wildlife chief, says the proposals will be made public Feb. 24 at the Natural Resources Commissionâ€™s midwinter meeting in Charleston.
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