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8 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 15 Issue 10, Oct 1951
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Seven species of rails inhabit coastal North Carolina, including the clapper, king, Virginia, and sora. Rails are often called marsh hens because of their salt marsh habitats and chicken-like build and are more easily heard than seen. Of the rails, the clapper is most popular with hunters. Amundson discusses the rail's history, characteristics, nesting, food habits, enemies, and game-bird qualities.
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38184
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To assist adults in training young people to handle firearms in the proper manner, the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute sponsored the Ranger Program for new shooters.
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38187
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The Franklin McNutt Nature Trail was created to demonstrate the balance in nature with emphasis on soil and water conservation for elementary school aged children.
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38189
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The author explains that the size of fish is small in some lakes because there is not enough food to have every fish be large.
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38181
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A brief summary of the outlook for hunting for animals such as: deer, bear, boar, waterfowl, raccoons, squirrels, rabbits, and more.
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38186
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Close up pictures of the faces of common animals you might find in the wild.
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38183
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The differences between three types of catfish are explained.
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38190
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Two stories from men in the field are about multiflora rose in southeastern NC and the raccoon predation in Lennon’s Marsh.