North Carolina Hunting News

North Carolina's Game Land Additions
Looking for a new place to hunt? If so, make sure you check out the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's recent game land additions.
North Carolina Offers Special Hunt Opportunities
With more than 2 million acres of game lands open to public hunting, North Carolina is considered by many to be a hunter's paradise.
North Carolina Receives Funding to Purchase New Habitat
Thanks to a series of monetary grants from the N.C. Natural Heritage Trust Fund, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has secured funding to purchase more than 3,000 acres of sensitive natural habitat, much of it formerly owned by International Paper.
North Carolina Offers Becoming an Outdoors Woman Events
There's no glass ceiling when you're outdoors. In fact, some of the best outdoorsmen in North Carolina are women.
Big Game Report Line in North Carolina will be Upgraded
For a few hours on Sunday, Dec. 31, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission toll free phone line (1-800-I-GOT-ONE ) and the online report form ( for reporting a big game harvest will be unavailable while the agency's computer systems are upgraded.
Hunting Licenses Available in North Carolina
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding hunters that part of their pre-season preparations should include renewing their hunting licenses - and it's not too early to purchase now.
North Carolina Studies Sunday Hunting Issue
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is wrapping up a comprehensive study of the Sunday hunting issue and at the direction of the General Assembly will immediately begin a second, specific study of allowing Sunday hunting on a limited number of state game lands.
North Carolina Partnership with Disabled Sportsmen
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission announces a partnership with N.C. Handicapped Sportsmen, Inc. to help make hunting and fishing activities more accessible to the disabled community.
N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission Votes on Regulations for 2005-2006
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission met on March 2 and approved 50 new regulations that will take effect for the 2005-2006 hunting, fishing and trapping season, which begins on July 1.
Grounded No More: Disabled Hunters Get a Lift
North Carolina’s disabled hunters will get a shot at deer from an elevated stand, thanks to Paralyzed Veterans of America, which is donating a mobile, hydraulic hunting blind to the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.