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7 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 15 Issue 12, Dec 1951
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6606
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Realizing that wildlife needs adequate habitat to survive and to produce good hunting, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission inaugurated a farm game restoration program. This article summarizes the program and describes three valuable wildlife plants - bicolor lespedeza, sericea lespedeza, and multiflora rose - which are very useful in North Carolina for wildlife habitat development without altering other land-use activities.
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6605
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The ruffed grouse, a distinctly American bird, is one of the most important game birds of North Carolina. Amundson describes the bird's characteristics, food habits, mating habits, nesting, enemies, management, and game-bird qualities.
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38197
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49 years in the future, the author surmises that duck hunting will be strictly regimented and only open for a brief period of time.
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38198
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The results for the North Carolina Field Trials for beagles and foxhunters are recorded with their place, field, and division.
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38200
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Each member of the Busy Bee 4-H Club conducted a wildlife conservation project related to the Pisgah National Forest.
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38201
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A small pine tree can be decorated with edible treats for the enjoyment of the birds and the participants.
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38199
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Photographs of animals tracks and signs with corresponding captions.
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