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8 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 15 Issue 7, July 1951
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6597
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During 1950-51, the North Carolina Wildlife Commission's Big Game Restoration Program stocked 125 deer on three new wildlife refuges. Barick describes the areas which include Lake Lure Refuge, Hanging Rock State Park, and Little Grandfather Mountain Wildlife Management Area. Restocked areas are closed to hunting for a minimum of five years to allow the stock to multiply.
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6596
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Amundson describes the characteristics, breeding and food habits, and economic value of North Carolina's non-poisonous snakes. These include the common king snake, pine snake, garter snake, green snake, hog-nosed snake, blacksnake, and water snakes.
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38162
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With the goal to further develop an appreciation for natural resources, Junior Wildlife clubs were formed in some schools, children became more familiar with state and county agencies, and additional interest was created in science, amongst other things.
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38159
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The rapid decrease of den trees, or trees that animals make their homes in, is hurting the animal population. The landowners are the ones who can stop, or decrease the amount of den trees downed by stipulating that those trees are to remain upright and not blocked.
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38158
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Each summer the Town of Wilson hold a fishing rodeo under the sponsorship of Better Fishing Inc., with prizes going to the kids that catch fish of a certain size.
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38160
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The simple pleasure of sitting on a porch or deck in summer evenings and reading is not to be overlooked.
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38161
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The author answers the question of why trout are only stocked in the spring, and not the fall.
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38163
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Short stories about what people have come across while working, such as spawning fish, the presence of kidney worms in mink, and a very large catfish.