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Web Site Allows Public to Comment on Regular Waterfowl Seasons

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is inviting citizens to provide input on regular waterfowl hunting seasons through an online comment system. Regular waterfowl seasons begin in late September and include various seasons for ducks, Canada geese, snow geese, brant and tundra swans. Beginning this week, citizens can…


New Rule Governs Release of Mute Swans

RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission hopes a new regulation concerning mute swans will protect the state’s native waterfowl and aquatic vegetation. The law, effective July 1, makes it unlawful for an individual to release mute swans into public waters. It also requires individuals who release the…


Fire Can Benefit, Commission Says

RALEIGH, N.C. (June 16, 2008)– As smoky, scary and unnerving as the Evans Road Wildfire might be to people, some animals and plants may actually end up benefiting, biologists with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission said. Most animals tend to escape from fires unscathed, and once the smoldering stops,…


Web Site Allows Public to Comment on Webless and Early Waterfowl Seasons

RALEIGH, N.C. – For the first time, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is inviting citizens to provide input on the early waterfowl and webless migratory game bird hunting seasons. People can comment on proposed dates for the seasons, which begin prior to October 1, by going to www.ncwildlife.org and clicking…


Wildlife in North Carolina Magazine Holds Annual Photo Competition

Entries Accepted Now Through Sept. 15 RALEIGH, N.C. – The award-winning Wildlife in North Carolina magazine is partnering with N.C. Division of Parks and Recreation for its annual Photo Competition this year – and needs your prized nature photo. For the fourth consecutive year, photographers will have an opportunity to…


Trail Event Wasn’t Just For the Birds

N.C. Birding Trail Celebrates Opening of Piedmont Region RALEIGH, N.C. (May 15, 2008)– Bird watchers, enthusiasts and researchers alike gathered Thursday to celebrate the opening of the Piedmont region of the North Carolina Birding Trail. Once the driving trail is complete, it will link birding sites from the coast to…


Disabled Hunters Raised to New Heights

Commission Unveils Ten Handicapped Hunting Lifts BUTNER, N.C. – Sportsmen, advocates and donors from across the state got their first look – and chance to test – ten brand-new handicapped hunting lifts Monday during a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the purchase of the equipment. The North Carolina Wildlife Resources…


Commission to Unveil Handicapped Hunting Lifts

RALEIGH, N.C. – Disabled hunters and sportsmen will soon get a birds-eye view of deer and other wildlife, thanks to a unique partnership between the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission and the North Carolina Handicapped Sportsmen. The two have partnered to purchase ten Huntmaster hydraulic lifts that will allow handicapped…