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11 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 14 Issue 9, Sept 1950
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6619
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Although there are three species of weasels in North Carolina, the Alleghenian least weasel, the New York weasel, and the Southern weasel, the animal is scarce in the state. Many people consider this a blessing because the weasel is one of the most bloodthirsty predators in North America. Amundson describes the weasel's characteristics, food habits, mating, enemies, and economic value.
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37831
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Although scarce in number, weasels are widely known, once for their fur, and then for their oftentimes vicious natures. This article outlines their common characteristics, feeding and breeding habits, enemies, and economic value.
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37832
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Dr. Taylor wrote “Survey of Marine Fisheries of North Carolina” in 1950 and wanted to include a small section of economics in it. However, he then decided to expend on the economic section to avoid superficiality and to consider the fisheries of the entire country, making an assemblage of basic analyses and interpretations.
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37835
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Dove hunting is a major sport in the southeastern states, and there is much discourse over the regulations set forth by the Fish and Wildlife Service, such as opening dates, season length, and management techniques.
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37840
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As a part of the national organization, Better Fishing Program for Boys and Girls, children are involved in the summertime fishing program. It is a nonprofit organization for the sole purpose of exposing kids to the recreational activity of fishing.
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37836
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The North Carolina Foxhunters Association conducts a field trial for dogs in order to judge the best one. The winner usually goes on to compete in national competitions.
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37834
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An elementary school at Chapel Hill participated in a science fair at the end of the year, which is documented with an article and photos.
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37838
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Told through pictures with captions, a day of fun on the water is documented.
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37833
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A roundup of the latest wildlife news.
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37842
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Editorial comments, letters to the editor, and anecdotes.
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