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Regional Supervisor

N.C. Wildlife Commission
Phone: (919) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: m***@***.org
Local Address:  Asheville , North Carolina , United States
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
1722 Mail Service Center
Raleigh , North Carolina 27699
United States

Company Description: Since 1947, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has been dedicated to the conservation and sustainability of the state's fish and wildlife resources through...   more

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Mike Carraway, N.C. ..., 7 Oct 2015 [cached]
Mike Carraway, N.C. Wildlife Commission regional supervisor, said he would get to the bottom of that issue because it's the commission's rule that the first law enforcement officer on scene is responsible for making the call on whether to put down an elk.
"If you feel it needs to be put down on site then you can do it," he said.
Wildlife Resources Commission ..., 15 Dec 2014 [cached]
Wildlife Resources Commission Wildlife Biologist Mike Carraway says agricultural lands provide a reliable and plentiful source of food, allowing bears in eastern North Carolina to grow larger.
The animals are moving into valley ..., 9 Oct 2013 [cached]
The animals are moving into valley locations in search of food because of a poor acorn crop at higher elevations, Wildlife Resources Commission biologist Mike Carraway said.
Mike Carraway, a biologist ..., 27 Feb 2013 [cached]
Mike Carraway, a biologist with the N.C. Wildlife Commission, said the bear population in the mountains is so high that poaching probably had little effect on the numbers. However, the tactics used by the poachers could influence bear activity. For example, baiting bears with sweet foods can cause their teeth to rot, harm their health and alter their normal activity.
"Bears have a sweet tooth," Carraway said. "Once they experience it, that could lead them to seek out other candies as well."
And those other candies could be in places that bears aren't wanted, such as in dumpsters, near communities or campsites. Earlier this year, backcountry camping was shut down in the Shining Rock area of the Pisgah National Forest due to a bear or bears raiding campsites for food.
Carraway said more enforcement could help curtail illegal hunting tactics. However, budget constraints have forced a compromise between ideal management and realistic management.
"Like any agency, we deal with however much money we get to cover the area that we have to cover," Carraway said.
Mike Carraway has been the ... [cached]
Mike Carraway has been the Western North Carolina district biologist for the N.C. Wildlife Commission for over 30 years. He advises that there are measures that members of a community can take to keep occurrences of rabies cases down.
"If people are feeding wild animals in the backyard and attracting a lot of individual animals to a feeding site, it increases the risk of disease transmission because all of those animals are congregating in one place at one time," Carraway said.
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