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Four years have passed since fire swept 45,000 acres of the Holly Shelter Game Land in Pender County, leaving a blackened wasteland. Today, wildlife has rebounded.
The 50,000-acre Holly Shelter Game Land in Pender County is part of two million acres of game land managed by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. It is also the state's first public game land, having been acquired during the Great Depression. Deen describes the pocosins, savannas, and diversity of plant and animal life in the state's oldest game land.