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for Friend O’ Wildlife Vol. 24 Issue (27) 2, Feb 1980
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There is a northern and southern divide of opinion on the popular wood duck. While southerners argue that wood ducks suffer from a high natural death rate which would benefit from a larger bag limit, northerners argue that an increased bag limit would result in fewer of these waterfowl migrating north.
A recent study reveals some of the attitudes of US residents toward hunting and other activities. The public supports hunting if only for subsistence and management programs are supported even by anti-hunting groups.
The National Wildlife Federation is working to cut federal water projects that not only destroy habitat but also are considered a waste of tax payer funds.
A team of scientists returned to Chicod Creek to inspect a new method of stream clearing and its adherence to environmental standards.
A bacterial infection in fish, red sore disease is reaching an epidemic level in parts of the Chowan River-Albemarle Sound drainage system.