South Carolina Wildlife, Spring 1961
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South Carolina Wildlife Resources Department
SubjectFishing--South Carolina--Periodicals; Hunting--South Carolina--Periodicals; Wildlife conservation--South Carolina--Periodicals; Oak; Leaves; Fishing--South Carolina; National Wildlife Federation; Vice, Howard; Poison ivy; Striped bass--South Carolina; Pigeons--South Carolina; Ducks; Fishing baits; Trout; Tarpon--South Carolina--Beaufort; Bocaccio
The South Carolina Wildlife Magazine, published by the Department of Natural Resources, is dedicated to the conservation, protection and restoration of our state’s wildlife and natural resources, and to the education of our people to the value of these resources. It includes conservation success stories, heartwarming reflections, humorous tales, intriguing field notes, delectable recipes and awe-inspiring outdoor adventures. In this issue: Oaks Major Suppliers of Food for Wildlife ; Seventh Annual Piedmont Fishing Rodeo ; Three Leaflets Signal Danger of Poison Ivy ; Planning and Planting Can Produce Doves ; Wardens First Aid Training Continues ; Trout Stocking in Saluda Apparent Success ; Duck Situation is Critical.
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