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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 49 Issue 3, Mar 1985
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9779
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For the past thirty-five years, fishing records for saltwater and freshwater fish have been kept. Arrington provides information on the latest records and how to apply for a record. The species, weight, location of the catch, date of the catch, and the name of the angler are included in the records.
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9780
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There are more species of mushrooms found in the North Carolina mountains then in any place of comparable size on earth. This abundance occurs because of the great diversity of natural habitats. Ellis describes and photographs a number of them.
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9778
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Although the bobcat is found throughout much of the state, it is rarely seen. The animal is sometimes called a wildcat and is about three feet long and weighs on average twenty pounds.
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9781
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A number of woodpeckers inhabit North Carolina, including the pileated, downy, red-cockaded, red-headed, hairy, red-bellied, and yellow-shafted flicker.
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