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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 54 Issue 12, Dec 1990
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Waterfowl restoration in the state involves protecting and enhancing wintering habitats for birds that are born far to the north. Monschein discusses several programs that have this goal: Canada Goose Field Sanctuary/Feeding Area Program, North American Waterfowl Management Plan, and the M.A.R.S.H. Program.
Every winter for almost forty years (1899-1943), J.P. Morgan and other powerful Northerners gathered near the little town of Climax in Guilford County to hunt bobwhites. They leased 20,000 acres and built a hideaway lodge.
An environmental donnybrook is brewing in the east as forest practices in wetlands are being scrutinized as never before.