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Outdoors events calendar for 08.14.14

Aug. 21: Public hearing on proposed no-wake zones for Mountain Island Lake, 3 p.m., Cook’s Memorial Presbyterian Church, 3413 Mt. Holly-Huntersville Road in northern Mecklenburg County. Conducted by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.

Aug. 22: Invasive Species Workshop, 9 a.m., Montgomery Community College, Troy. Free for owners of private forest land. Presented by the Greater Uwharrie Conservation Partnership and N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Registration/information: Brooke Massa, 919-630-3086.

Aug. 23: Introductory workshop on deer hunting, 9:30 a.m.-noon, John E. Pechmann Fishing Education Center, Fayetteville. Information: kris.smith@ncwildlife.org or 910-868-5003.

Aug. 25: Public hearing on management plans for the Johns River and South Mountain Game Lands, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Foothills Higher Education Center, 2138 S. Sterling St., Morganton. Conducted by N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.

Sept. 1-Oct. 11: First segment of North Carolina dove season. The second segment is Nov. 27-Jan. 15.

Sept. 1-30: Canada geese season in North Carolina.

Sept. 1-Oct. 11: First segment of dove season in South Carolina. The second segment is Nov. 15-Jan. 29, and the third segment Dec. 13-Jan. 15.

Sept. 6: Special youth dove hunt, U.S. Forest Service’s Herbert Field near Carlisle, S.C. Free and open during the afternoon to youths 17 and younger, who must be accompanied by a non-hunting adult 21 or over. No licenses or registration required. Directions and information: S.C. Department of Natural Resources, 864-427-5140.

Sept. 27: National Hunting & Fishing Day.

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