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The Latest Issue of Delta Wildlife Magazine

Summer 2018

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The Summer 2018 issue features Building The Delta’s Wildlife and Red Dot for Everyday Carry Guns?.

Articles from this Issue

Building the Delta’s Wildlife

Over the past 28 years, Delta Wildlife has helped thousands of landowners in the Mississippi Delta improve their properties for wildlife. In many cases, these landowner members of Delta Wildlife simply want advice from our team of professionals that includes Certified Wildlife Biologists, Registered Foresters and GIS Specialists. Other times, they want Delta Wildlife to help “get it done.”

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Red Dot for Everyday Carry Guns?

If you follow any popular firearm social media sites, read firearm related magazines, or even watch TV lately, you’ve seen them. You may not notice them or have already written them off as gimmicks but you cannot deny their existence and their quick rising popularity.

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The Thing About Duck Season

Duck season framework is established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. Each state then establishes its own duck season within the framework provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Top 5 Extirpated or Extinct Animals of Mississippi

Mississippi has 85 species and subspecies of plants and animals that are officially recognized as endangered. These species are part of the rich biological diversity of our state and losing any plant or animal to extinction or extirpation is a tremendous loss. Below are some of the animals no longer found in Mississippi due to extinction or extirpation.

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