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In 1983, the North Carolina General Assembly passed a law to fund waterfowl habitat preservation by asking waterfowl hunters to purchase a specially painted state duck stamp. The 1985 stamp features a pair of canvasback ducks and was painted by Tom Hirata, a nationally known wildlife artist. Over the past two years, $825,000 has been raised for waterfowl conservation.
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9785
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Who gets to use the state's lands and for what purpose? For the wildlife and plants that inhabit it, who speaks for their needs? In this first of a four-part series, Earley examines critical areas where habitat is falling to development, such as the Carolina bays.
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Dean recommends a fishing trip to the state's mountain lakes because the waters contain such a great variety of game fish, an angler never knows what he is going to catch next. He discusses each species; what is the best lake to catch them in; what time of year to fish for them; tactics; and lures or bait.
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Three species of moles are found in North Carolina--the hairy tailed, star-nosed, and the common or eastern mole.
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