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8 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 15 Issue 1, Jan 1951
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6589
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In this WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA series about wildlife species in the state, Amundson describes the wild turkey. There are seven varieties of wild turkeys in North America; the species native to North Carolina is the Eastern wild turkey. Amundson discusses the characteristics, breeding and food habits, management, and enemies of the turkey.
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37896
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North Carolina boasts over 2.25 million acres of inland waters, including streams, rivers, lakes, ponds, and more. Fishing, as a sport or recreation, is one of the most popular pastimes in the state. A system of stocking fish, surveys, and conservation keeps the fisher people happy and the fish stocked.
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37895
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According to the author, coon hunting is a combination of an endurance test, a marathon, a wrestling match, and self-inflicted mayhem. It would not be possible without the use of hunting dogs, of which there are several pictures that feature them working.
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37899
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This is a letter to “Joe,” the average man who goes fishing or hunting at any available moment. This particular letter warns of not fertilizing your pond too early.
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37898
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A roundup of the latest wildlife news.
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37974
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A lack of laws and repercussions for hunting violations can hurt the future of hunting in America unless something is done.
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37977
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To help out birds in the winter, this article shows a number of different bird feeders that can be made or bought to put in your yard.
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37978
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Editorial comments, letters to the editors, and anecdotes.
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