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8319
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Game laws in the 20th-century can sometimes be confusing with their many exceptions and special regulations. Compared to the state's hunting laws in 1915, however, today's laws are simpler. Fields examines the 1915 Synopsis of the Game Laws of Counties in North Carolina, Under Jurisdiction of the State Audubon Society, So Far As They Apply to the Counties Wherein the State Game Wardens Have Authority for Enforcing the Bird and Game Protective Laws to give readers a look at the hunting laws of fifty years ago. Killing a mockingbird in Edgecombe County, for example, could cost the perpetrator a fine of not more than $50 or imprisonment not exceeding 30 days.
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8318
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This poisonous snake is identified by shiny rings of red, yellow, and black, completely encircling its body, a black snout, and the contact of red and yellow rings. Its habitat in the state is in the southeastern Coastal Plain. It is an elusive snake, and very little is known of its breeding habits or its young. Small snakes and lizards make up the main part of its diet.
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8320
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The State Travel and Promotion Division is the official record-keeper for North Carolina's game fish catches. The division requests that it be notified when a caught fish might be a state record. Records are kept in two categories -– freshwater and saltwater. Arrington provides lists from both categories, giving the species, weight, location caught, lure or bait, date of catch, and the name of the angler.
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