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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 37 Issue 6, Nov/Dec 1990
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Pete Bromley is the new wildlife extension specialist at the N.C. Agricultural Extension Service, a public outreach program of land grant universities. He is in charge of activities in wildlife, inland fisheries, and aquaculture, and is developing programs in wetland and waterfowl management.
Maligned and misunderstood, modern hunters are under increasing scrutiny. In response to the current anti-hunting sentiment, the North Carolina Wildlife Federation is acting on several fronts to ensure that properly regulated hunting and properly managed wildlife go hand in hand.
Automatic fish feeders are being suspended over two miles of trout streams to boost fish sizes and native populations in the North Carolina mountains.