Hunting

Politics & Government
4:27 pm
Fri August 23, 2013

Durham Sends Deer Hunting Proposal Back To Drawing Board

White-tailed deer
Credit Dcoetzee / wikimedia

Durham's City Council reviewed a proposal that would allow bowhunting within city limits Thursday night. They sent the proposal back to city lawyers for changes.

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Environment
6:20 am
Tue April 10, 2012

Nighttime Coyote Hunting Proposed

Hunting coyotes at night could soon be legal in some parts of the state. A proposed rule change by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission would allow the use of artificial lights to blind coyotes after dark. The move is prompted by concerns for livestock and pet safety as the animals' population increases. But David Rabon from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Red Wolf Recovery Program says the change could threaten the fragile Red Wolf population.

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Environment
5:25 am
Mon July 11, 2011

Big Game Hunting Considered for Currituck Refuge

Big game hunting could be coming to the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern North Carolina. A new proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service would allow limited hunting for white tail deer and feral hogs. Mike Bryant is a refuge manager for six areas including Currituck. He says the rule changes would mark the first time deer and hog hunters would be allowed in the refuge.

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