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7 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 1, January 1952
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38225
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Missing all but the first page, this article describes Lake Chatuge, which crosses the North Carolina and Georgia border.
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38224
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Dogs have been a part of human history for thousands of years. The relationship between mankind and dog has been friend, helper, hunter, and more.
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38229
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A wildlife education program was introduced into the Jones County public schools, which resulted in exhibits about conservation and passed ideas onto other students and adults.
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38227
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The Stanley County Wildlife Club released 30,000 bluegill fry and 1,000 bass fingerlings into Badin and Tillery Lakes.
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38226
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In order to classify the duck or goose that has been caught; a simplistic key has been provided.
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38230
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Department of letters to the editor, field notes, and items of interest.
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38228
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A book review of Mourning Dove Studies in North Carolina.
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