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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 32 Issue 6, Nov/Dec 1985
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Although any hunting knife is capable of skinning out a big-game animal, standard hunting blades have several features that make the task more difficult. Skinning knives have short, stiff blades with a rounded tip to prevent cutting through the hide.
The North Carolina Wildlife Federation acknowledged the Nash County Wildlife Club’s sponsorship efforts for the Annual Fur, Fish and Game Rendezvous. The club has also demonstrated their commitment to safe and ethical hunting behavior.
Several obstacles may put the Oregon Inlet jetty project to rest. Congress is reviewing whether to allow construction of jetties on national park lands. Accusations made to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers claim they used faulty study methods and drew unsubstantiated conclusions.