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RALEIGH, N.C. (Dec. 13) - Need some last minute holiday shopping ideas?

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has some great gifts for the bird watcher, hunter, angler or practically any outdoor enthusiast on your holiday list. And each purchase will also give to the state's wildlife and natural resources.

Proceeds from each product - from books to clothing and more - go towards supporting a correlating Commission wildlife project or program. For example, purchasing a black bear documentary DVD helps fund the black bear program, while the waterfowl stamp and print sale proceeds go directly into the waterfowl fund, which supports waterfowl conservation projects.

A perennial favorite gift is a Lifetime Sportsman license. The license, which ranges from $250-500, depending on the age of the licensee, provides a lifetime of hunting and fishing privileges in North Carolina, even if the holder moves out of state. Other favorites include subscriptions to Wildlife in North Carolina magazine ($12 for one year; $30 for three years) and the 2007 Wildlife Calendar ($6).

Visitors to www.ncwildlife.org can view all products, along with brief descriptions and prices, by simply clicking on the N.C. WILD Store link. For more information or to place a phone order, call toll-free at 1-866-945-3746.

And shoppers across the state can visit any of the N.C. WILD Stores:
In the Piedmont, at the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education, located in Raleigh on the NCSU Centennial Campus. Call (919) 707-0209.
In the Mountains, at the Pisgah Wildlife Education Center, off U.S. 276 near Brevard. Call (828) 877-4423.
On the coast, at the Outer Banks Center for Wildlife Education, located in Corolla at Currituck Heritage Park. Call (252) 453-0221.
 
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