Officials: Black Bear Put Down For Killing Chickens, QuailWildlife officials say a female black bear has been put down in Frederick County for killing dozens of chickens and domestic quail.
Black Bear Spotted In Baltimore CountyYet another black bear sighting in a Maryland residential neighborhood. This time, the large animal was spotted on York Road in Parkton.
Montgomery County Police Report Sightings Of Black BearPolice in Montgomery County are warning residents after multiple reported sightings of a black bear at locations in and around Oak Ridge Park in Damascus.
Black Bear Spotted Near Oak Ridge ParkAuthorities in Montgomery County are cautioning residents after multiple reports of a black bear near Oak Ridge Park.
Md. Men Ordered To Pay Restitution For Black Bear HuntingTwo Maryland men have been ordered to pay thousands of dollars for violating the state's black bear hunting regulations.
Bear Poaching Plea Costs Maryland Man $1,300 A western Maryland man has to pay $1,300 in fines and restitution after pleading guilty to killing a black bear out of season.
Black Bear Hunt Opens In Western Md.Black bear season is opening in western Maryland with some significant changes in the way the hunt is conducted.
Western Md. Man Charged With Illegal Bear KillMaryland Natural Resources Police say a Flintstone man baited and killed a black bear out of season.
Juvenile Black Bear Spotted In Howard, Montgomery Counties Relocated Back to the wild. Authorities capture a bear spotted in both Howard and Montgomery counties.
Md. Considers Changing Black Bear HuntThe Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering a big change in the black bear hunting season.
Maryland Bear Hunt Closes At 94 Animals KilledMaryland has closed its 2013 black bear hunting season with hunters reporting 94 bears killed in the western part of the state.
Bear Activity Up In Frederick CountyNatural 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.