Wildlife Commission taps social mediaWritten by Admin
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Hunters, anglers and wildlife enthusiasts can now receive the most up-to-date information about the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission via social media.
“Like” the state agency on Facebook and follow it on Twitter to see the latest news releases, view photos, get updates on fishing and boating and learn of new regulations.
The commission in December started a blog and made plans to expand its videos on its YouTube channel later this year.
“And we’re supplementing Facebook by providing mirror information on Google+,” Rickard said. “It’s not as big as Facebook now, but we anticipate Google+ growing as a social networking option because it’s tied in to Google’s search engine and maps, which businesses and schools need every day.”
Links to the Wildlife Commission’s social media options will be posted on the bottom, right corner of the agency’s newly redesigned website, www.ncwildlife.org.
The public also can go online to receive N.C. Wildlife Update, a periodic newsletter featuring season dates, bag limits, legislative updates and more.