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Please Support Sunday Hunting in North Carolina!

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Hunters in North Carolina are deprived of the right to hunt on Sunday, but now they have a chance to speak out on the matter. The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is holding public meetings to get input on the fate of Sunday hunting in the state.

 

There is no scientific reason that hunting can’t be done on Sunday. In fact, only eight states have a complete prohibition on Sunday hunting. The states that allow Sunday hunting have healthy game populations and do not have higher rates of hunter accidents or landowner-hunter conflicts.

 

All the arguments against Sunday hunting are bogus. To find out more about why Sunday hunting should be allowed, read our fact sheet on the issue. 

 

 

Please attend the public meeting nearest you!

 

 

If you can’t attend a meeting, please submit your comments about Sunday hunting online by clicking www.ncwildlife.org

 

 

All Public Meetings start at 7:00 p.m.

 

 

Wednesday, January 11 

Graham Alamance County Courthouse

1 Court Square,

Graham, NC  27253

 

Thursday, January 12     

Norwood South Stanly High School                                    

40488 S. Stanly School Road

Norwood, NC 28128 

 

Tuesday, January 17       

Morganton Municipal Auditorium

401 South College Street

Morganton, NC  28655 

 

Wednesday, January 18 

Southwest Community College

447 College Drive

Sylva, NC  28779

 

Thursday, January 19     

Starmount High School

2516 Longtown Road

Boonville, NC 27011

 

Tuesday, January 24       

Swain Auditorium

107 Court Street

Edenton, NC 27932-1938

 

Wednesday, January 25 

Craven County Courthouse

406 Craven Street

New Bern, NC 28560-4911

 

Thursday, January 26     

Annex Building, District Court Room                                  

102 S Main Street

Louisburg, NC 27525

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