Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Friend O’ Wildlife Vol. 24 Issue (27) 6, Jun 1980
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Changes have been made to boater registration in North Carolina. The process has been simplified in that boat owners can renew at local agents or by mail, and registrations are now on a staggered basis.
Despite there being nearly 5,000 hazardous waste dump sites scattered throughout the United States, legislative actions to alleviate toxic waste problem has been stalled in Congress.
The US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed amendments to the migratory bird treaties with Canada, Mexico, and Japan, allowing spring and summer subsistence hunting.
A public awareness programs, Wildlife Watch, enrolls citizens to help in controlling wildlife violations in coastal North Carolina.
The odds of catching trout in North Carolina are increasing with super-stocked streams and lakes.