South Carolina Wildlife, Spring 1969

Authors
South Carolina Wildlife Resources Department
Keywords
Fishing--South Carolina--Periodicals , Hunting--South Carolina--Periodicals , Wildlife conservation--South Carolina--Periodicals , Saltwater fishing--South Carolina , Crows , Rattlesnakes , Agkistrodon piscivorus , Snakebites , Hounds , Duck hunting , Catfishes , Firearms accidents , Dirleton Management Area (S.C.) , Wildlife Resources Commission , Striped bass
Abstract
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: Conservation Truths ; Saltwater Sport Fishing Gets More Popular Year by Year ; Crow Thrives Despite Persecution ; Rattlers and Mocassins are Responsible For Most Bites ; World Champion Coon Dog Owned by Carolina Man ; Poor Tear for Duck Hunters ; Spring in the Sandhills ; Catfish Farming Has Promise for South ; Six Are Killed in SC. Hunts ; Dogs Have More Sense than Some People ; First Sanctioned Trials for Brittanys Held at Medway ; South Carolina Conservationists Honored ; Duck Hunters Tested on Identification ; Records Sought For South Carolina Fish ; "Captain John" McClellan Honored For Long Service ; Research at Dirleton ; Word Striper Tourney Set.
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1969-04
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Digital Collection
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Copyright © South Carolina Wildlife. For more information contact the South Carolina State Library. www.statelibrary.sc.gov.
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300ppi, 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.