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for Coastwatch Vol. 8 Issue 10, Nov/Dec 1981
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In late fall and early winter, clouds of ducks, geese, and swans settle in to areas of the North Carolina coast, particularly near Currituck or the lower Cape Fear River.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, as part of its management scheme, developed and operate 21 impoundments that encompass several thousand acres. These impoundments provide suitable habitat for waterfowl along the state's coast.
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.