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Target shooting banned at area game lands, geocaching limited during turkey season

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videoThe North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission says target shooting is no longer allowed at two area game lands. Full story...
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Man accused of killing dog, posting it on Facebook

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Authorities have charged a Snow Camp man with felony animal cruelty after he shot and killed a family's dog, then bragged about it on a social media site. The Times-News of Burlington reports 20-year-old Trevor Lee White is accused of shooting the dog in the face while hunting on land near Robbie and Allie Dixon's property. Full story...
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Coyotes in Wilmington?

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Coyotes aren't a common sight in Southeastern North Carolina but some folks say they're becoming far too common. "They're like sharks of the land," said Steve Bilzi, who has seen coyotes near his home. Full story...
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Cape Fear Wildlife Expo teaching kids with live animals

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video The Cape Fear Wildlife Expo featuring everything from the great outdoors. The Wilmington Convention Center housed displays featuring everything from the great outdoors. Full story...
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Emerald Isle to hold annual controlled deer hunts

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Emerald Isle will begin annual controlled hunts to deal with the town's growing deer population, rather than holding them just every other year. Full story...
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NC law allows hunters to use suppressors on guns

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A new North Carolina law allows hunters to install noise suppressors on their rifles and shotguns. The Charlotte Observer reports that North Carolina becomes the 40th state to legalize suppressors. The change was part of broad legislation that expanded where concealed handguns can be legally carried. Full story...
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Bladen County hunter takes huge buck with blackpowder rifle

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Chris Campbell from Elizabethtown slipped into the woods on Saturday, Oct. 13, intending to cap a long day of working on stands, corn piles and shooting lanes by shooting a doe that his son, Zac, could take back to N.C. State. He wound up killing the biggest buck he’s taken in 25 years of hunting, a 150-inch, 10-point Bladen County trophy. Full story...
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NC hunter gets probation for soldier's death

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A North Carolina man has been placed on probation for the shooting death of a Fort Bragg soldier last year in a hunting accident. Full story...
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Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy Cape Fear Wildlife Expo

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Outdoor enthusiasts are enjoying three fun-filled days at the 4th annual Cape Fear Wildlife Expo this weekend. Full story...
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Emerald Isle fails to block bow hunters

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The hunt for roaming deer continues in a North Carolina beach community. A Carteret County judge has refused to order a stop to the work of bow hunters in an Emerald Isle neighborhood at the tip of its barrier island. Full story...
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