The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is a state government agency that practices conservation and management of North Carolina's fish and wildlife resources.
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... The agency operates three Wildlife Education Centers, one each in the mountain, Piedmont, and coastal plain regions of the state ... sells books and memorabilia associated with wildlife and conservation ...
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