Wildlife Commission Proposes Changes in Deer Regulations for 2018-2019

Wildlife Commission Proposes Changes in Deer Regulations for 2018-2019

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is proposing changes to the statewide deer hunting regulations for 2018-2019, the culmination of years of extensive biological research coupled with hunter engagement and feedback.

The biological evaluation of the statewide deer herd suggested that the deer herd can be improved by reducing young buck harvest, shifting the timing of harvest later in the year and adjusting doe harvest rates. Of the 33,750 hunters responding to the 2016 Deer Hunting and Management Survey, 81 percent of respondents were willing to accept changes in deer hunting seasons to improve buck age structure and the quantity of the herd. ... READ MORE

Friday, December 1, 2017/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (366436)/Comments (0)/

Wildlife Commission and Partners Create Better Habitat for Rare Wildlife Species

Wildlife Commission and Partners Create Better Habitat for Rare Wildlife Species

In September, staff with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, along with partners and volunteers, planted 900 red spruce seedlings on the Pisgah National Forest to help create better habitat for many rare wildlife species including the Carolina northern flying squirrel, red crossbill, brown creeper and northern saw-whet owl. READ MORE

Friday, October 27, 2017/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (9767)/Comments (0)/

See you at the State Fair October 12-22!

See you at the State Fair October 12-22!

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s State Fair exhibit is located between the Old Farm Machinery Building and the Children's Barnyard, across from the Village of Yesteryear.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017/Author: NCWRC/Number of views (4399)/Comments (0)/

Shooting Sports Workshop for Women Only Offers Free One-on-One Instruction

Shooting Sports Workshop for Women Only Offers Free One-on-One Instruction

Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) is an international program in which women age 18 and older learn outdoor skills through hands-on experiences. With BOW programs in multiple countries, 7 Canadian provinces and 38 U.S. states, BOW in North Carolina is managed by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Read more

Monday, September 11, 2017/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (3734)/Comments (0)/

All about that (Striped) Bass

All about that (Striped) Bass

Striped Bass are anadromous fish, meaning that the adults migrate from the ocean into freshwater rivers and creeks to reproduce. It’s a team effort to manage these species: they are managed by multiple agencies and commissions, depending on where they are in their migration cycle. Read more...

Wednesday, August 9, 2017/Author: NCWRC blogger/Number of views (4068)/Comments (0)/

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