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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 63 Issue 6, June 1999
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The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission's 1999 waterfowl stamp and print is titled \"Green-Winged Teal at Pisgah Covered Bridge\" and was painted by North Carolina artist Robert C. Flowers. The Randolph County bridge, built in 1910, is one of only two covered bridges left in the state. Since its inception in 1983, the North Carolina Wildlife Heritage series of stamps and prints has raised over $3 million for waterfowl conservation.
Famed maritime artist Robert Dance discusses his work. Dance was born in Tokyo but calls Kinston his hometown. He received his art education at the Philadelphia Museum College of Art. His favored medium is alkyd and watercolor. Dance's works hang in the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Mississippi Museum of Art, and numerous corporate and private collections.
North Carolina Hunters for the Hungry is a program through which hunters donate extra deer for distribution to charitable groups, including orphanages, homeless shelters, and soup kitchens. A record 45,000 pounds was donated during the 1998 deer season. Since 1993, over 170,000 pounds of venison have been donated.