Deet James shows a wild turkey he harvested in Ashe County. He is hunting heritage biologist with the North Carolina Wildlife Commission and charged with retaining and building more hunters in the state.
Deet James shows a wild turkey he harvested in Ashe County. He is hunting heritage biologist with the North Carolina Wildlife Commission and charged with retaining and building more hunters in the state. Photo courtesy of Walter "Deet" James Jr.
Deet James shows a wild turkey he harvested in Ashe County. He is hunting heritage biologist with the North Carolina Wildlife Commission and charged with retaining and building more hunters in the state. Photo courtesy of Walter "Deet" James Jr.

NC wildlife biologist’s goal is to increase number of hunters

August 19, 2015 06:11 PM

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