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Conserving Wildlife in North Carolina

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Wildlife conservation in North Carolina in the past was generally a system of local self-government, but recognition of wildlife protection in the state began early. Local laws were many and diverse, and steadily the North Carolina General Assembly adopted state-wide regulations on conservation. With the development of state conservation laws and the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, conservation in the state focuses on regulation, enforcement, education, research, and management.
We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 22 Issue 1, May 1964, p16-17, 32, por