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23996
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Steve Atkins of Fox Cove Photography joined other birders in Western North Carolina after news of a snowy owl in the area spread like wildfire. The owl had just migrated from the arctic and was weak as a result. A bird rehabilitator captured the bird and is caring for the animal until it is well enough to be released.
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9713
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Many individuals in the state who have seen pictures of owls have never seen one in the wild. Rohling describes some that inhabit the state and some misconceptions about them.
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29847
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Protecting birds means protecting the natural environment, which also protects the long-term quality of human life. The University of North Carolina at Asheville recently delayed construction of its new student housing out of respect for a nesting Great Horned Owl family near the Botanical Gardens.
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36164
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A physically and economically feasible solution for the decrease of forests: bird boxes. Among the species that could make this structure for the birds were bluebirds and Carolina wrens.
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37820
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A few tidbits about snake folklore, ducks, a fishing story, and a tool used for removing fishing hooks.