Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 6, June 1952
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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.
In the last installment in the series of popular sporting dogs, coon hounds, plott hounds, rabbit hounds are described in relation to hunting.
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.
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.
Complete with accompanying pictures, three types of fish are briefly described.
A list of nature facts and tidbits of knowledge.