First published in 1937, “North Carolina Wildlife Conservation” contained articles written by wildlife officials and game protectors, as enforcement officers were then called. The pamphlet preceded “Wildlife in North Carolina” magazine published by the Wildlife Resources Commission.
First published in 1937, “North Carolina Wildlife Conservation” contained articles written by wildlife officials and game protectors, as enforcement officers were then called. The pamphlet preceded “Wildlife in North Carolina” magazine published by the Wildlife Resources Commission. PHOTO BY JACK HORAN
First published in 1937, “North Carolina Wildlife Conservation” contained articles written by wildlife officials and game protectors, as enforcement officers were then called. The pamphlet preceded “Wildlife in North Carolina” magazine published by the Wildlife Resources Commission. PHOTO BY JACK HORAN

Wildlife publication from 1930s provides picture of a different era

December 24, 2015 7:40 AM

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