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6 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 6, June 1952
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38534
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Small wooded areas are home to many species of game animals and furbearers, such as raccoon, rabbit, squirrels, mink, and more.
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38533
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In the last installment in the series of popular sporting dogs, coon hounds, plott hounds, rabbit hounds are described in relation to hunting.
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38613
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Depending on what you want to catch and the time of year, fish are found in different areas. A chart is featured that will help the fisherperson find the fish they want according to the month.
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38659
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Through hard work and careful planning, a teenage boy was able to build a ¾ acre pond in his backyard and stock it with fish.
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38661
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Complete with accompanying pictures, three types of fish are briefly described.
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38660
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A list of nature facts and tidbits of knowledge.