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Wildlife Commission Education Centers Shift with COVID

Wildlife Commission Education Centers Shift with COVID

A guest blog post from Captain Jerry Dilsaver

Many people are not aware that the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has three education centers across N.C. These Education Centers, located in Corolla, Fayetteville and Pisgah Forest offer a variety of fishing and outdoor education programs. Even better, most of the programs are offered at no charge. MORE

Monday, February 15, 2021/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (1022)/Comments (0)/
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ForestHer NC Announces 2021 Webinar Schedule

ForestHer NC Announces 2021 Webinar Schedule

Programming will remain virtual thru July 2021

Back by popular demand, ForestHer NC has an exciting new lineup of virtual content curated for female private forest landowners in North Carolina. ForestHer NC was developed by several partner agencies, including the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, to directly connect ... MORE

Tuesday, January 12, 2021/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (437)/Comments (0)/
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2020 Wildife Button to be Given Away at 2021 Fairs

2020 Wildife Button to be Given Away at 2021 Fairs

This year, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission selected the monarch butterfly for its 2020 Wildlife Button. Typically, the button is distributed during the Mountain State Fair and North Carolina State Fair. Since both venues have been cancelled this year, the 2020 button will be given out at both fairs in 2021. READ MORE

Wednesday, August 12, 2020/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (1255)/Comments (3)/
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Sgt. Brad Stoop Wins Boating Law Education Awards

Sgt. Brad Stoop Wins Boating Law Education Awards

For his unwavering commitment to boating safety education, Sergeant Brad Stoop with the Commission’s Law Enforcement Division has been awarded the Southern Region Educator of the Year for 2020 by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA). READ MORE

Wednesday, July 8, 2020/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (718)/Comments (0)/
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What Happens to Orphaned Black Bear Cubs in North Carolina?

What Happens to Orphaned Black Bear Cubs in North Carolina?

An Overview of the Wildlife Commission’s Black Bear Cub Rehab Program

Spring is finally here and, in addition to milder temperatures and budding trees, black bears have emerged from their dens and are becoming more active. This is also the time of year when black bear cubs may get separated from their mother as the family group explores . . . READ MORE

Tuesday, April 21, 2020/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (3058)/Comments (0)/
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