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6594
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In this new WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA series on western wildlife management areas, Edwards describes the Standing Indian Wildlife Management Area. The land lies between the Nantahala and Standing Indian Ridges in Macon County. The hunting and fishing area comprises approximately 14,000 acres of the total 28,432 acres.
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6593
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Frogs and toads are neither fish nor game; yet they provide sport, food for the table, and assistance to farmers through their large appetite for insects. Amundson discusses the life history of these creatures, food habits, hibernation, and enemies.
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38070
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With a proclamation from the mayor for the protection of wildlife, the garden club erected signs and set up an education program for both adults and children teaching them about the economic and aesthetic value of birds.
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38071
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Conservation and education and practices in Catawba County is being perpetuated by school officials, teachers, 4-H Club leaders, and sportsmen.
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38073
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The answer to why there are so few rockfish and if there is anything being done to increase their numbers is explained. Most of the female fish do not survive to the age they need to spawn, but in order to save and increase their numbers, eggs are being harvested in hatcheries and later released back into the wild.
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38072
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Wildlife protectors receive a broad range of questions while in the field, as well as devoting time to stocking streams and lakes, and enforcing laws.
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38074
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Household pets free to roam around outside can be harmful to animals in breeding seasons, so the author recommends some tips to help limit the chances of this happening.
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38075
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This is a complete list of the names and addresses of wildlife protectors.
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