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708
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Unusual names are not the only fascinating things about the herons, egrets, and bitterns that live in our marshes, ponds and wetlands.
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9800
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The white-tailed deer population in the state is at an all-time high. Scott discusses how this happened and what needs to be done to keep the numbers up.
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8634
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North Carolina is home to thirty-eight species of snakes. Six of them are poisonous. The state has the highest number of poisonous snake bites in the country. Knowing these six by sight and by their habits will help an individual avoid being bitten. The six are the eastern coral snake, cottonmouth, copperhead, eastern diamondback rattlesnake, pigmy rattlesnake, and timber rattlesnake.
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From the mountains to the coast, many superb hiking trails attract hikers of all levels of ability. Scott describes ten of the trails, giving the distance, location, trailhead, and difficulty level. Hiking areas include the Pisgah National Forest and the Cape Hatteras Beach Trail.
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9844
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There are 870 caves throughout the state from the mountains to the sea, and each is listed under the three major cave types--solution, fissure, and boulder. Scott discusses what can be learned through an underground trip.
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Linville Gorge is the deepest gorge east of the Mississippi River, a priceless wilderness spared at least partly because it was considered too inaccessible to be developed.
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9850
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Scott discusses the history and charm of Hammock's Beach State Park.
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