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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 5, May 1952
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As a result of legislation set forth by the General Assembly in 1951, the office of County Dog Warden was implemented to control rabies and protect wildlife. This also aided farm economy with the elimination of stray, self-hunting dogs that threatened wildlife and farm animals.
The combination of an oil spill and a harsh storm at Nags Head spelled death for several species of water birds in the area. The birds became helpless when they were washed ashore, unable to take flight from the water due to being covered in oil.
New technologies have aided trout hatcheries by enabling long distance travel and reducing infections in the hatcheries.
In preparation for next year, teachers are encouraged to include conservation in their lesson plans, regardless of what subject they teach.
When weather begins to turn nice after winter has ended, the urge to get outdoors becomes stronger, making us all thankful for beautiful nature.