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Fish and Wildlife officials reveal draft of a 10 year conservation plan for Florida Black Bears

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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission presented a new plan to ensure the conservation of Florida Black Bears. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Veronica Vilar reports, today’s draft will be the first step for a ten year long plan.

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