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for Friend O’ Wildlife Vol. 24 Issue (27) 7, Jul 1980
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The US Environmental Protection Agency is recognizing the importance of bottomland hardwoods as habitat for a variety of wildlife. On the other hand, the Army Corp of Engineers believe these habitats can interfere with development. A recent decision by the Attorney General has sided with the EPA, giving them authority to provide protection for hardwood habitats.
Carteret County Wildlife Club celebrates the Year of the Coast at Cape Lookout, one of North Carolina’s most iconic maritime getaways.
A recent study by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission on boating accidents shows that alcohol consumption was a large contributing factor.
Regulations for 1980-81 will see some changes with the establishment of new no-wake zones in heavily used boating areas, new black bear season, and either sex deer seasons.
Wildlife Watch, a new program that brings the public into crime prevention, has been endorsed by the Governor and adopted by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission statewide.