South Carolina Wildlife, March-April 2010

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South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
Keywords
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources , Fishing--South Carolina--Periodicals , Hunting--South Carolina--Periodicals , Wildlife conservation--South Carolina--Periodicals , Boechera , Jocassee, Lake (S.C.) , Spiders , Volunteer workers in archaeology , Excavations (Archaeology) , Archaeology , Crappie , Crappie fishing , Turkey calls , Jocassee, Lake (S.C.) , Outdoor education , Black crappie , White crappie , Great Pee Dee River Heritage Preserve (S.C.) , Pee Dee River Watershed (N.C. and S.C.) , Germination , Ecology
Abstract
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 ; In The High Mountains Of Carolina ; You Gotta Love 'Em ; Digging The Past ; Fisherman's Favorite ; An Art Most Beautiful And Deadly ; Jocassee Education ; Hands-On Outdoors: Build Your Own Box-Style Turkey Call ; For Wildlife Watchers: Crappie ; Out Scoutin': Great Pee Dee River Heritage Preserve and WMA ; Roundtable ; Clips! ; Events ; Common Sense Ecology: Why Didn't The Bells Cross The Road?
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2010-04
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2023-05-05T15:40:28Z
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2023-05-05T15:40:28Z
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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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