By Heather Clower
The Parsons Advocate

The change of seasons from Summer to Autumn brings on colorful leaves, pumpkin spice, football, and of course hunting season.  It’s no surprise that with the vast woodlands Tucker County and West Virginia has to offer, that hunting season brings several individuals to our area.  It is important that we not only hunters implement proper safety procedures, but also be aware of any laws and changes to regulations that may have taken place since last season.


According to the WV Department of Natural Resources website (www.wvdnr.org), there are a few changes that have taken place.  You can obtain a hard copy of these dates and regulations in the county clerk office of the annex in Parsons.  The 2018-19 summary of changes include the following:  Sunday hunting is permitted on public land, changes in dates and open counties for certain species, black bear archery season will be combined and run September 29 – December…



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