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6601
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In 1897, the state's last native beavers were trapped in Stokes County. Several unsuccessful attempts to reintroduce beavers were made in the early 20th century. However, in 1939, 29 beavers from Pennsylvania were released in the Sandhills Wildlife Management Area near Rockingham. By 1949, 385 beavers were counted. Wildlife biologists do not expect beavers to spread over the state from this nucleus.
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6681
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Artificial reefs are used to increase fish habitats and areas for sports fishing. The state's first artificial fishing reef was constructed off the coast of New Hanover County between Masonboro Inlet and Carolina Beach in 1961. Dermid reports on how well the reef is attracting the small fish which in turn attract the big game fish.
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37778
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In an effort to decrease unflattering or messy pictures of hunting and fishing activities, the author shares some helpful hints and tips on outdoor photography.
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37780
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A set of 12 pictures show the daily activities of wildlife game protectors.
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37782
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An identification quiz for local plants and animals.
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37792
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In photo format, the activities of a survey party working in the trout fishing area of the western part of the state are shown.
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37795
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Several excerpts about North Carolina wildlife from Forest and Stream national magazine in the 1890's has been selected to show how certain things concerning wildlife and hunting has both changed and stayed the same.
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37885
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There are many people who believe false information about snakes, such as the snakes tongue is a stinger, or that the tongue can inject venom. The snake primarily uses its tongue as an aide to smell and touch.
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37878
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Photographs with captions describe the lure of deep sea fishing off the North Carolina coast.
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37982
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The butcherbird, also known as the shrike, is known for impaling its prey, whether lizards, mice, or other birds, upon thorns or barbed wire and leaving them there to decay.
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38001
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Depending on the planned usage and personal preferences, the author sectionalized his article for categories such as film size, ease of operation, uses, and accessories.
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38002
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Complete with pictures, some helpful tips are suggested for becoming a better sportsman.
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38158
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Each summer the Town of Wilson hold a fishing rodeo under the sponsorship of Better Fishing Inc., with prizes going to the kids that catch fish of a certain size.
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38164
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A collection of pictures of nesting birds and their young.
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38186
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Close up pictures of the faces of common animals you might find in the wild.
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