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1967 Hunt Report -- Game Lands With Checking Stations

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This year's hunt report compares the various types of hunts provided on games lands with checking stations from 1948 to 1967. These lands were established primarily for big game restoration, and most of the hunting is for big game. Small game hunts are provided as they can be fitted into the hunt calendar. Statistics are provided on the following types of hunts: bear-boar hunts, bear hunts, deer-bear dog hunts, buck deer gun still hunts, either sex deer hunts, archery hunts, wild turkey hunts, raccoon and opossum hunts, small games hunts, and waterfowl hunts.
Wildlife in North Carolina (NoCar SK 431 W54x), Vol. 32 Issue 5, May 1968, p7-11, il