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14633
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Airplanes became the solution to open new territory for avid duck hunters. During the early 20th century, hunting for fowl was popular and traditional sport along the Outer Banks. So predominate was the sport that by the 1940s fowl populations were already dwindling, pushing hunters to more remote areas accessible only by plane. It was during this period the government began to regulate the number of birds bagged in a given season to protect the diminishing populations of ducks and geese that landed on the eastern shore of North Carolina.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 14 Issue 30, Dec 1946, p6-7, il
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38528
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As a result of legislation set forth by the General Assembly in 1951, the office of County Dog Warden was implemented to control rabies and protect wildlife. This also aided farm economy with the elimination of stray, self-hunting dogs that threatened wildlife and farm animals.
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26566
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North Carolina and Virginia wildlife enforcement worked together to successfully prosecute game law violations which included the taking of bear out of season.
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Friend O’ Wildlife (NoCar Oversize SK 431 F74x), Vol. 28 Issue 1, Jan 1981, p13
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36159
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Information related to these animals included differences among the three categories, features of the Virginia Big Eared Bat and Northern Pine Snake, and ways to help such species survive.
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38072
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Wildlife protectors receive a broad range of questions while in the field, as well as devoting time to stocking streams and lakes, and enforcing laws.
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35424
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Among the evidence that the author provided for her premise: reasons to avoid leaving human food accessible; ways to help keep these animals’ natural sources of food available and edible.
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Record #:
732
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The black bear once roamed enormous areas of desolate mountain terrain, but that habitat has dwindled and there are disruptions in protected areas.
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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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38075
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This is a complete list of the names and addresses of wildlife protectors.
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