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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 37 Issue 3, Mar 1973
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During the 1971-72 hunting season, the North Carolina Wildlife Commission initiated a new expanded game lands program. Barick evaluates the successes and failures in the western, central, and eastern game lands over the past two years.
In this sixth of a series about wildlife species that have â€œCarolinaâ€ in their common or scientific name, Godfrey describes the white breasted nuthatch, or Sitta carolinensis.
Frogs and toads make up a group of animals which lie between fish and reptiles in the biological classification of the animal kingdom. Amundson describes their life history, food habits, hibernation, enemies, and being creatures as food and sport.