South Carolina Wildlife, July-August 2009
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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
SubjectSouth Carolina Department of Natural Resources; Fishing--South Carolina--Periodicals; Hunting--South Carolina--Periodicals; Wildlife conservation--South Carolina--Periodicals
The South Carolina Wildlife Magazines are published by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources who are dedicated to educating citizens on the value, conservation, protection, and restoration of South Carolina's wildlife and natural resources. These magazines showcase the state’s natural resources and outdoor recreation opportunities by including articles and images of conservation, reflections and tales, field notes, recipes, and more. In this issue: Directions ; Forum ; Preserving The Pastoral ; Life's (So Much!) Better Outdoors ; Catawba River Renaissance ; Ladybug, Ladybug, Fly To My Home ; Jocassee Adventure ; Tragedy In The Gorges ; For Wildlife Watchers: Red Velvet Ant ; Out Scoutin': Northeast Columbia's Urban Oasis ; Roundtable ; Hands-On Outdoors: Persimmon Pleasure ; Clips! ; Events ; Common Sense Ecology: Demystifying Science.
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