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Wildlife Commission’s Upland Gazette to be Part of Spring and Fall Guides of Wildlife in North Carolina Magazine

The Wildlife Commission’s Upland Gazette newsletter is published each Spring and Fall for anyone interested in wildlife species and the habitats they need to live in the Tarheel state. The Upland Gazette is in its 20th year of providing North Carolinians information about bobwhite quail, rabbits, other small game wildlife, songbirds, and many other game and nongame species and their habitats.

Beginning in the Fall of 2015, the Upland Gazette will transition from a stand-alone publication, available in print and online, to become a part of Wildlife in North Carolina’s Spring and Fall Guides. Online readers will still be able to access each issue of the Upland Gazette on our website. Issues from 1996 through 2015 are posted here for readers.

All subscribers to Wildlife in North Carolina will receive the Upland Gazette as part of their normal subscription. All current subscribers to the paper edition of the Upland Gazette will receive a complimentary copy of Wildlife in North Carolina’s Spring or Fall Guide until their subscription expires. We encourage readers to consider subscribing to Wildlife in North Carolina and/or read the Upland Gazette here on our website.

The Latest Issue

Stay up-to-date with North Carolina small game issues and wildlife habitat information in the Upland Gazette newsletter!

The Fall 2014 Issue of the Upland Gazette is now available along with all past issues at the links below.  Articles in the current issue include:

  • A feature on the “Value of Knowing your Neighbors” when attempting to manage wildlife habitat,
  • a note from the Editor with some good news for North Carolina’s wildlife enthusiasts,
  • a description of recent research into the effects of coyotes on white-tailed deer,
  • a photo essay depicting the “Devastation and Renewal” of a prescribed fire for wildlife habitat, and
  • an update about a new cooperative bobwhite quail research project in southeast North Carolina.

Please look for future issues here on our website. We hope you enjoy the Upland Gazette!

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