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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 33 Issue 1, Jan/Feb 1986
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In North Carolina, one-hundred individual landowners have voluntarily offered their lands for public hunting. Some of these areas could be lost to public use, however, if hunters demonstrate poor behavior.
Crappie species are fun to fish for year around but the best time is during spawning months. In North Carolina it is from March through June. Fishermen can catch crappie using a variety of fishing techniques and baiting strategies.
The Waccamaw silverside is known to exist only in Lake Waccamaw and the upper Waccamaw River in North Carolina. Due to threats of eutrophication and poor water quality, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed to list the fish as threatened and to designate its critical habitat.
The Wake County Wildlife Club has provided numerous directors and volunteers for the N.C. Wildlife Federation. The club’s conservation projects include a speakers bureau, wood duck nest box project, and an active scholarship program for college wildlife students.