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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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6656
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North Carolina has extensive coastal estuaries and wetland habitats. Because of this, an impressive array of herons, bitterns, and ibises make their homes there. Lee discusses nesting habits, characteristic feeding behaviors, and seasonal occurrences of these birds.
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6740
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North Carolina has extensive coastal estuaries and wetland habitats. Because of this, an impressive array of herons, bitterns, and ibises make their homes there. Seventeen types of waders have been documented in the state. In Part Two of this series, Lee discusses nesting habits, characteristic feeding behaviors, and seasonal occurrences of another six of these birds.
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