How many bears are there estimated to be in California?



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    That’s hard to gauge.  According to the Department of Fish and Game, the black bear population count for 2009 was estimated at  31,432.  However, this number is only inclusive of the bears that live within the hunt zone.  As bears occupy habitats outside the hunt zone, the Statewide population is likely greater than this number.

    The grizzly bear is extinct in the state, the last one having been shot in 1922.

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