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Many of man’s special mental and physical attributes were developed during those long eons when our predecessors hunted out of necessity. Since hunting was a way of life for so many centuries, it is no surprise that people still feel the urge to pursue game.
Controversy over the generations-old practice of hunting deer with dogs continues in North Carolina, even though a bill designed to regulate it has been stalled in a House committee since April. House Bill 648 was introduced to create a framework for resolving some disputes between hunters, landowners, and animal rights advocates.
Hunters, birders and wildlife watchers should become familiar with the berries that ripen from September through November in North Carolina. A variety of berries are the main soft mast species that many wildlife species consume in the fall. Observing what animals eat and learning about those foods will enhance outdoor experiences.