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31276
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Wildlife conservation in North Carolina in the past was generally a system of local self-government, but recognition of wildlife protection in the state began early. Local laws were many and diverse, and steadily the North Carolina General Assembly adopted state-wide regulations on conservation. With the development of state conservation laws and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, conservation in the state focuses on regulation, enforcement, education, research, and management.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 22 Issue 1, May 1964, p16-17, 32, por
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37977
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To help out birds in the winter, this article shows a number of different bird feeders that can be made or bought to put in your yard.
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37984
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Acquiring worms for fishing bait can be made simpler by constructing worm beds in your backyard.
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38005
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Building bird houses is a good way to liven up your backyard.
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38074
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Household pets free to roam around outside can be harmful to animals in breeding seasons, so the author recommends some tips to help limit the chances of this happening.
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38160
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The simple pleasure of sitting on a porch or deck in summer evenings and reading is not to be overlooked.
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38157
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As part of the feature ‘backyard conservation,” homemade bird baths are a great way to encourage bird conservation.
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38195
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In order to become more aware of the nature around them, children who attended the 4-H Wildlife Conference Camp at Camp Millstone spent an afternoon finding 75 objects from a list to display at a central location.
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38201
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A small pine tree can be decorated with edible treats for the enjoyment of the birds and the participants.
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38226
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In order to classify the duck or goose that has been caught; a simplistic key has been provided.
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38318
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With the end of hunting season, the author suggests sprucing up the habitats of game birds and game animals to ensure a good hunting season next year.
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38523
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Keeping an eye on bird nests can be a fulfilling activity, if you can find and identify them. The author lists several popular bird breeds and their nesting habitats.
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38531
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When weather begins to turn nice after winter has ended, the urge to get outdoors becomes stronger, making us all thankful for beautiful nature.
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38660
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A list of nature facts and tidbits of knowledge.
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38684
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The natural curiosity inherent in children should be encouraged, especially regarding nature.