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Hart discusses the history of duck hunting in Currituck County from the closing of the New Currituck Inlet that provided fresh water for the birds to the contemporary hunting clubs that dot the northern North Carolina coast.
Duck populations have dramatically declined in North America, partly due to waterfowl hunting. In response, North Carolina has implemented more waterfowl regulations and hunting restrictions. Hunters may need to start stressing the quality experience of hunting, rather than the number of birds killed.