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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 3, March 1952
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A summary of North Carolina wildlife programs since 1947, including regulations, protections, management, education, research, and finance and personnel policy.
In order to determine the effect of removing rough fish on the population growth rate of game species, biologists must first work on removing those rough species, namely grindle, carp, and gar from test areas. An operation of nets is placed to remove the fish.
As declared in 1923, Arbor Day falls on the first Friday after March 15. On this day, school children and civic organizations plant trees, which have led to millions of tree seedlings being planted over the years.
Pointers and Setters are both popular sporting dogs, and briefly touches on registration, field trials, and training.