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9 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 14 Issue 11, Nov 1950
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There are three species of trout found in North Carolina waters - the brown, rainbow, and Eastern brook. Of the three, only the Eastern brook is native to the state. Amundson compares each fish in appearance, distribution, feeding habits, reproduction, and wildlife management.
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37883
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The status of game protector in North Carolina is governed by statutes established for the protection of wildlife by legislators. His duty is to ensure that everybody has equal opportunities for hunting and fishing.
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37885
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There are many people who believe false information about snakes, such as the snakes tongue is a stinger, or that the tongue can inject venom. The snake primarily uses its tongue as an aide to smell and touch.
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37882
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Trout fishing in North Carolina has always been popular, and demand has only increased. The description, food habits, management, reproduction, and distribution are described for each type of trout found in North Carolina waters.
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37891
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Since the museum opened, it has grown to include exhibits not just for children, but for adults as well.
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37890
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Although many animals are endangered or have gone extinct, there are other animals, such as quail and deer that are more plentiful than ever before.
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37892
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More landowners posted no hunting signs due to people who took advantage of free land.
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37888
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This is a flyer for the upcoming events of Law Enforcement Day, Management Day, and Education Day.
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37887
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A roundup of the latest wildlife news.
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