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8 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 15 Issue 3, Mar 1951
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6591
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In this WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA series about wildlife species in the state, Amundson describes puddle ducks, so named because \"they habitually feed in shallow water by dabbling and tipping up their tails with their heads submerged so that only the posterior shows above the water.\" A large number either visit or reside in North Carolina, including the shoveler, gadwall, and baldpate. Amundson discusses the puddle duck's history, characteristics, range and distribution, breeding and food habits, and management.
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38004
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The 4-H Club in Johnston County is focused on wildlife conservation, with participants working to bring a better understanding of the value of wildlife and create a consciousness on the part of the farm boy and girl to the value of such a program in relation to farming, its economic value, and its recreational advantages.
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38000
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If the water is clear in a reservoir, the game fish populations are usually high, and offer good fishing. If the water is full of silt, the outcomes are not as good, but farmers and plant workers are working on keeping the water clear for the benefit of all.
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38003
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Answering the question of the problem of fishing in the Catawba and Yadkin River reservoirs, the author surmises that although the improvement of fishing in these areas is in the hands of the power companies, the introduction of walleyed pike could be beneficial.
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38001
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Depending on the planned usage and personal preferences, the author sectionalized his article for categories such as film size, ease of operation, uses, and accessories.
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38002
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Complete with pictures, some helpful tips are suggested for becoming a better sportsman.
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38005
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Building bird houses is a good way to liven up your backyard.
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38065
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Editorial comments, letters to the editor, and anecdotes.
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