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8 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 14 Issue 10, Oct 1950
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In recent years there has been a demand from North Carolina hunters for more big game in the state. In this article Barick discusses the three objectives of North Carolina's big game restoration program and the methods by which they will be accomplished. The objectives are to increase the supply of big game in the state, principally deer at the program's start; to create more refuges and public hunting grounds; and to develop more efficient big game management techniques.
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6620
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Black bass fishing ranks high today with the most popular game fish anglers. Three species of the bass are found in North Carolina waters - the largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted or Kentucky bass. Amundson describes the characteristics, color variations, spawning, food habits, and management of the black bass.
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37848
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Small game populations have picked up so hunting should be rewarding.
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37878
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Photographs with captions describe the lure of deep sea fishing off the North Carolina coast.
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37879
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Due to a prolonged winter in 1940, the population for mourning doves decreased, and the number has continued to fall.
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37880
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When hunting on private property, permission from the land owner is extremely important.
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37881
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Editorial comments, letter to the editor, anecdotes.
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37877
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A roundup of the latest wildlife news.
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