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This article is a reprint from Fair Chase Magazine, Summer 2013. Kirchgessner's answer to the question is short and simple--always wear protective gloves when handling dead wildlife, animal or fowl. She also describes some of the diseases that can be transferred to humans, such as tuberculosis, Q Fever, and brucellosis.
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21089
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In August 2013, the NC Wildlife Resources Commission received an award from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Southeast Region, for outstanding work in waterfowl conservation and management in the Southeast.
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21086
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Zlotnicki visits Wake County gunsmith Dan Hopping's workshop and describes how he makes the old flintlock rifles.
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21087
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Nelson explores a number of questions about mercury in fish, such as how does it contaminate fish; how are fish tested for mercury; what is responsible for mercury in the environment and what can be done about it; and what are the health effects.
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