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Legislative interest in wildlife bills was high in the 1959 North Carolina General Assembly. Game and fish laws were of particular importance as well as boating safety.
Through two centuries of time, unrestricted hunting and reduction of habitat reduced the populations of waterfowl. Through the benefit of overdue restrictions on season length and bag limits, the total waterfowl population approximately reached half of its original number.