Hurricane Florence Aftermath: Rescue, Recovery and Assessment

Hurricane Florence Aftermath: Rescue, Recovery and Assessment

Wildlife Enforcement Officers and staff from Land and Water Access/Wildlife Education divisions are working to help with rescue efforts and infrastructure assessment following Hurricane Florence. READ MORE

Wednesday, September 19, 2018/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (3445)/Comments (0)/

Wildlife Law Enforcement Officers Win NASBLA Awards

Wildlife Law Enforcement Officers Win NASBLA Awards

Two Wildlife Law Enforcement officers from the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission have been recognized for their commitment to boating safety awareness by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA). READ MORE

Wednesday, August 29, 2018/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (2532)/Comments (0)/

Guest Blogger: My Summer Internship With the Wildlife Commission

Guest Blogger: My Summer Internship With the Wildlife Commission

My name is Emma and I was an intern with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission this summer. Throughout my internship, I had the opportunity to work with several different biologists, ranging from those who worked with freshwater mussels to black bears. Here are some updates of what Commission biologists were doing this summer in the field. READ MORE

Sunday, August 5, 2018/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (2381)/Comments (0)/

Disabled Hunters Get Assistance From Commission's Track Chair Program

Disabled Hunters Get Assistance From Commission's Track Chair Program

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission provides track chairs for use by sportsmen with mobility disabilities at organized wildlife recreation events. MORE

Wednesday, July 25, 2018/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (2455)/Comments (2)/

Becoming a Sea Turtle Volunteer: 101

Becoming a Sea Turtle Volunteer: 101

Being a sea turtle volunteer is not for the faint of heart – it’s hard work throughout much of the year, yet it is also rewarding work, particularly when you consider that the five species of sea turtles that are found along North Carolina’s coastline are all federally listed as threatened or endangered species. So, they need all the help . . . MORE

Thursday, June 21, 2018/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (11680)/Comments (5)/

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