Black bear season is opening in western Maryland with some significant changes in the way the hunt is conducted.
Maryland Natural Resources Police say a Flintstone man baited and killed a black bear out of season.
Back to the wild. Authorities capture a bear spotted in both Howard and Montgomery counties.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering a big change in the black bear hunting season.
Maryland has closed its 2013 black bear hunting season with hunters reporting 94 bears killed in the western part of the state.
Natural resources officials say black bear activity, including sightings of the animals, is increasing in Frederick County, as they appeared to be recolonizing their population from west to east.
A shocking sight for Maryland drivers Sunday morning when a young black bear darts across the highway. But the ending is not so happy.
A Montgomery County woman is telling a bear of a story, and has the video to prove it.
Maryland officials say that a black bear has been spotted in the area of Middlebrook Road and Frederick Road in Germantown.
A western Maryland man has had his hunting privileges suspended for two years to resolve charges that he shot two black bears out of season.
Barbara Jones and her family are accustomed to wildlife congregating in her yard, nestled in a heavily wooded area along Doctor Perry Road near Urbana.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources is urging state residents to use caution as bears emerge from their winter hibernation.