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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 34 Issue 5, Sept/Oct 1987
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The Memorial to L.A. Dixon, Jr. was unveiled on June 13, 1987 on North Carolina’s Caswell Game Lands. Dixon was a pioneer in the restoration of the wild turkey, and was the past president of the State Chapter of The National Wild Turkey Foundation. He passed away on April 11, 1985.
Dr. James Rice is a fisheries biologist at North Carolina State University. Rice reminisces about his life growing up in Missouri and his fishing experiences. He now realizes that his children will not have the same type of experiences, as fish become overharvested and development interferes with fish habitat.
Dove hunting is an excellent way to polish a retriever’s skills for the duck season. In North Carolina, it is important to consider heat and hydration. Heat and humidity can cause a dog to overheat, and also create conditions that are not conducive to winding scent.