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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 74 Issue 4, Apr 2010
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The rivers and streams in the mountains of North Carolina are well-stocked with trout and attract fishermen from all parts of the state and country. A recent study conducted in 2008 by Responsive Management and Southwick Associates indicates the state derives a significant economic benefit from these angling activities.
In the 19th-century birds colliding with lighthouses died in significant numbers, sometimes as high as three hundred in a single night. Bolen discusses how C.H. Merriam's work on this problem eventually led to the formation of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Casting for Recovery (CFR) is a program that uses fly-fishing as a tool to help women who have or have had breast cancer to get better physically and mentally. The program began in 1996 and offers forty-four retreats in thirty states.
Dean discusses things to consider when planning to build a new fishing pond or when seeking to improve the fishing in an older one.