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dc.creatorSouth Carolina Wildlife Resources Department
dc.date.accessioned2021-12-02T15:40:35Z
dc.date.available2021-12-02T15:40:35Z
dc.date.issued1969-10
dc.identifier.urihttps://dc.statelibrary.sc.gov/handle/10827/41637
dc.description.abstractThe 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: Peculiar Characters ; Summer Duck America's Most Beautiful Waterfowl ; Southern Biologists Worried By Walking Catfish Threat ; Administrative Changes Authorized ; Gun Control Laws Will Hurt Wildlife ; Resident License Fees Are Boosted ; Ospreys Are Endangered By Pesticide Buildup ; Gilbert Maggioni: Wildlife Artist ; Increase in Dove Limit is Experiment ; Buzzard Population is Down ; Congressman Suggests Job for Army Engineers ; Federal Seasons on Birds Announced.
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dc.rightsCopyright © South Carolina Wildlife. For more information contact the South Carolina State Library. www.statelibrary.sc.gov.
dc.subjectFishing--South Carolina--Periodicals
dc.subjectHunting--South Carolina--Periodicals
dc.subjectWildlife conservation--South Carolina--Periodicals
dc.subjectDucks
dc.subjectWaterfowl
dc.subjectWalking catfish
dc.subjectWest Virginia Pulp and Paper Company
dc.subjectFirearms--Law and legislation
dc.subjectFish and game licenses
dc.subjectOsprey
dc.subjectPesticides
dc.subjectMaggioni, Gilbert
dc.subjectWildlife art
dc.subjectPigeons
dc.subjectWarmouth
dc.subjectBuzzards
dc.subjectMilitary engineers
dc.subjectWater--Pollution
dc.titleSouth Carolina Wildlife, Fall 1969
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sd.specifications300ppi, Epson Expression 12000xl flatbed scanner with Adobe Acrobat DC Standard software, Archival Master file is a multi-image TIFF; online version is a PDF/A-1b, 24-bit color.


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