South Carolina Wildlife, Summer 1963
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South Carolina Wildlife Resources Department
SubjectFishing--South Carolina--Periodicals; Hunting--South Carolina--Periodicals; Wildlife conservation--South Carolina--Periodicals; Alligators; Trout; Striped bass; Water--pollution; Game laws; Fuller, Jefferson C., Jr.; Logan, Herschell J.; Williams, Hampton M.; Stevens, Robert E.; May, Otho D., Jr.; Conservation of natural resources--Study and teaching; Game wardens--South Carolina; Creels (Fishing); Pigeons--South Carolina
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: Alligators Are Interesting and Harmless Creatures ; Gator Killing On Refuge Brings Fines ; Natural Trout Waters Restricted to Mountains ; Striped Bass are Reared in Small Up-state Pond ; Seven Million Fish Killed by Pollution ; No Important Game Legislation is Enacted ; Department Fisheries Biologists ; Ninth Annual Conservation Camp is Held ; Annual School for Wardens ; Creel Checkers Doing Important Job ; The Slight Decline in South Carolina Dove Populations ; Seasons and Limits for Taking South Carolina Game 1963-1964 ; State Gets Landings Under Program ; Hunters, Anglers Spend 143 Millions.
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