David Hoyle, newly elected Chairman of NC Wildlife Resources Commission, said on 8/28/19 he will hold numerous meetings across NC about dog hunting. We must be involved in his fact-finding efforts. In early 2019, a NC Senator filed a bill interfering with dog hunting in Granville County. Apparently, two other legislators wanted to add their counties. NC House Wildlife Committee Chairman Jay Adams interceded. He asked WRC to study the issue and report back. Leadership agreed with Rep. Adams' …
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To initiate "Phase One" of the plan to reopen NC in response to COVID-19, Governor Cooper entered Executive Order #138 effective 5/8/20 at 5:00 pm. For hunters and field trial participants, there are restrictions designed to prevent the spread of disease. Everyone should follow the Recommendations to Promote Social Distancing & Reduce Transmission (see Section 2.A. of EO#138). Stay six feet apart.If you are sick or at high risk of severe illness, stay home.Wash your hands …
Today 4/27/20 is the final day for submitting your comments on the proposed temporary rules on Rabbit Hunting Preserves in NC. Click here to read these rules and comment. On Thursday, 4/30/20 at 6:00 pm WRC has scheduled an online public hearing. See below for information: Controlled Rabbit Hunting Preserves **PUBLIC MEETING** *Meeting Agenda* Due to overwhelming interest and unexpected technical difficulties at the April 8th public hearing, the Commission will be holding a …