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37781
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The importance of good buckshot scatter is explained in order to not waste valuable game.
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37817
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Editorial comments, letters to the editor, and anecdotes.
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37830
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Editorial comment, letters to the editor, and anecdotes.
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37881
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Editorial comments, letter to the editor, anecdotes.
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37979
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The purpose of a game warden, or wildlife protector, is to ensure the regulations in place for hunting and fishing is not broken; this helps to ensure the longevity of successful hunting and fishing.
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37978
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Editorial comments, letters to the editors, and anecdotes.
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37987
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Editorial comments, letters to the editor, and anecdotes.
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38065
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Editorial comments, letters to the editor, and anecdotes.
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38152
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After an increasing number of sportspeople became concerned with their wildlife conservation programs, they formed the North Carolina Wildlife Federation. The Durham County Wildlife Club in particular has been extremely active and achieved much since their formation in 1945.
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38198
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The results for the North Carolina Field Trials for beagles and foxhunters are recorded with their place, field, and division.
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38224
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Dogs have been a part of human history for thousands of years. The relationship between mankind and dog has been friend, helper, hunter, and more.
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38230
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Department of letters to the editor, field notes, and items of interest.
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38306
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Three different types of fox hunts involve the use of hounds, each with their own distinct style of hunting. They are the gallus hunters, popular in the south, the “hill-toppers,” and the northern hunters. There are also different types of American Fox Hounds, such as the Walker, Birdsong, and Trigg hound.
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38495
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Departments of letters to the editor, field notes, and items of interest.
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38504
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Types of Spaniels, including Cocker, Brittany, Sussex, Clumbers, and Springers each have a description and qualities and uses for hunting purposes.
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