RALEIGH, N.C. (Feb. 23, 2012) — Visitors to the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission exhibit at the 32nd annual Dixie Deer Classic are eligible to win a Leupold scope when they take advantage of a subscription offer to Wildlife in North Carolina magazine.
Scheduled for March 2-4, the nationally recognized Dixie Deer Classic is an outdoors and white-tailed deer hunting showcase held at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. The Wildlife Commission exhibit will be located in the Exposition Center. Visitors will see the agency’s mobile aquarium, a staple at many fishing and hunting events, featuring both warmwater and coldwater fishes found in North Carolina waters. The Sensory Safari, a kid-friendly wildlife exhibit-on-wheels, will give visitors the chance to learn about North Carolina’s wildlife by listening to the sounds of birds, seeing animal mounts and handling pelts of some common North Carolina mammals.
Anyone who subscribes or renews a subscription to the award-winning Wildlife in North Carolina magazine at the show will be entered into a drawing for a Leupold VX-1 scope. The drawing will take place onsite at the close of the show on Sunday. You do not have to be present to win.
Wildlife in North Carolina is published bimonthly by the Wildlife Commission, with bonus spring and fall outdoors guides. Subscribers to the magazine enjoy exceptional color photography and great articles on hunting, fishing, natural areas, wildlife research and the state’s environment in every issue.
Those who cannot attend the Dixie Deer Classic can purchase one- or three-year subscriptions online.