Wildlife Commission holds special meeting on bear hunt, hogs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission has a specially called meeting to discuss the bear hunt and the incidental taking of wild hogs.

Members of the public can attend the meeting on June 10 at the Ellington Agricultural Center in Nashville or attend the teleconference of it at TWRA regional offices in Jackson, Crossville or Morristown.

The audience should be seated by noon CDT.

The commission's next regular meeting will be June 27-28 in Nashville.


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