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for Coastwatch Vol. 10 Issue 5, May 1983
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Although five types of sea turtles can be found in varying numbers off the North Carolina coast, two are threatened and have been placed on the Endangered Species List. North Carolina are thus making an attempt to prevent the loss of these animals through refuges and hatchling programs.
The first family of Ocracoke is not human, but equine. Hart discusses the existence of wild horses on this area of North Carolina's Outer Banks from their Spanish ancestors to the modern herd.
With growing populations and harsh environmental conditions, many butt heads about what should be the fate of the wild horses on North Carolina's Shackleford Banks.
Colonial sea birds, or birds that nest in colonies, are abundant along the North Carolina coast. As such, many are striving to prevent the degradation of their habitats and prevent the loss of diverse birds.