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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 16 Issue 9, September 1952
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The future of hunting and fishing lies with young people, so it is important to properly stress wildlife and conservation education in the classroom and extracurricular activities.
Dogs, especially when used for hunting, will perform better when they are properly fed and exercised.
Two young raccoons were rescued from law violators who killed their mother and chopped down their den tree. The raccoons we relocated to a children’s zoo, where they will remain.
Combining conservation education with reading education increased student’s reading abilities as well as their determination to protect natural resources.
A group of Boy Scouts we tasked with each finding five things of interest that belonged to nature.
Natural baits include animals that are or were alive, such as minnows, worms, crickets, and more.