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6 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 4, April 1952
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38504
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Types of Spaniels, including Cocker, Brittany, Sussex, Clumbers, and Springers each have a description and qualities and uses for hunting purposes.
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38524
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The recreational and aesthetic value of wildlife can only be estimated, but a survey completed by the Game Division revealed the amount of diversity of industries dependent in whole or in part on wildlife utilization.
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38525
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To increase the size and distribution of the deer herds and produce better hunting for the future, the Game Division of the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission implemented a deer restoration program.
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38523
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Keeping an eye on bird nests can be a fulfilling activity, if you can find and identify them. The author lists several popular bird breeds and their nesting habitats.
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38526
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Sand Hill High School in Buncombe County has founded several junior wildlife clubs and its classroom curriculum emphasizes the importance of conservation, whether it be for soil, wildlife, or nature.
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38527
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When it comes to retrieving downed game, it is no surprise that Retrievers are highly regarded. Large dogs with a mild temperament and an eagerness to please makes them perfect for sporting and for home.
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