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6629
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The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission District Eight offers the widest variety of topography, climate, and game found anywhere in North Carolina. Smith describes this district, which, going south to north, rises from 1,000 feet to 6,000, has mild winters to severe ones, and contains populous cities like Hickory and Gastonia and wild primitive areas like Linville Gorge and national forests.
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780
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Marion Lee and Nona Hison produced in Rockingham a 200-acre memorial to a beloved daughter that is now serving as the model for a new series of special wildlife areas.
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38192
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Camp Millstone Rock in the Sandhills Wildlife Management Area held the annual 4-H wildlife conference, where representatives of various resource commissions discussed wildlife topics with children and teenagers.