Forest and Game Management in South Carolina with Special Reference to Game Birds
Abstract:In this article we have presented a plan of fire protection and management of quail that Mr. Leffelman states has been eminently successful on a large estate. The discussion, therefore, carries its own recommendation and endorsement for lands and estates embodying similar conditions. Of special importance and significance is the discussion and plan for a practical substitute for "controlled burning" in the southland. This, in itself, is a most valuable contribution to forest and game literature.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Stateburgh Forest Nurseries, Sumter, N. C.
Publication date: 1933-10-01
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