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North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (U.S.)

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[flag of North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission ] image by Randy Young, 15 September 2018

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The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission was created in 1947 as the state government agency responsible for overseeing North Carolina's efforts to conserve and sustain the state's fish and wildlife resources, as well as enforcing fishing, hunting, and boating regulations. The NCWRC also oversees and administers the various wildlife sanctuaries and education centers throughout the state. (

The Commission's flag can be seen in several photographs online, and I saw it in person flying at the Outer Banks Wildlife Education Center in Corolla, North Carolina, during our recent hurricane-shortened vacation. The flag features a simplified version of the Commission's green diamond-shaped logo centered on a gold field within a green orle. The logo is a green diamond with two thin gold horizontal lines approximately one-third and two-thirds of the way from the top of the diamond, and with the word "Wildlife" written in a gold cursive script across the center of the diamond. The normal logo, worn as a patch on Commission officers' uniforms, also contains the words "NORTH CAROLINA" and "RESOURCES COMMISSION" in the upper and lower thirds of the diamond, respectively.

Photographs of the flag can be found online at the following sites:
Randy Young, 15 September 2018