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In this WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA series about wildlife species in the state, Amundson describes diving ducks, so named because of their particular feeding habit. There are eleven diving ducks that visit the state each year. Amundson discusses the characteristics, breeding and food habits, migration, natural enemies, and management of this wildlife species.
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37980
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The importance of game laws is stated for the preservation of wildlife. The author’s opinion is that if every sportsman could realize the laws’ necessity for future game, then the laws would not be necessary.
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37982
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The butcherbird, also known as the shrike, is known for impaling its prey, whether lizards, mice, or other birds, upon thorns or barbed wire and leaving them there to decay.
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37986
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The idea that promoting conservation education in public schools is being realized by teachers, with clubs and lessons being geared toward the subject.
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37979
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The purpose of a game warden, or wildlife protector, is to ensure the regulations in place for hunting and fishing is not broken; this helps to ensure the longevity of successful hunting and fishing.
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37983
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The letter composer warns against adding crappies to a pond already stocked with bass and bream, but does recommend inviting people to fish what is already in the water.
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37984
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Acquiring worms for fishing bait can be made simpler by constructing worm beds in your backyard.
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37981
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A roundup of the latest wildlife news.
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37987
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Editorial comments, letters to the editor, and anecdotes.
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