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Thought to be the oldest ponies in North America, the horses on the Outer Banks may have come from Spanish settlers and English traders. There are three major herds left to see on Shackleford Banks, Currituck, and Hatteras.
Waterfowl need nesting habitat to reproduce, resting and feeding area, and wintering range. To assure this happens and the populations remain substantial, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service use a computer system to develop the bird banding program. Each year a percentage of is determined for the daily bag limit for hunters, ensuring that species have years in which the populations can rebuilt.
After moving to Hatteras, North Carolina, Mike Perrotty has found that red drum fishing on the Outer Banks is the best sense of thrill and accomplishment.