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3 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 53 Issue 5, May 1989
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Some of the best largemouth bass fishing was found in Currituck Sound into the 1980s. However, various factors, including drought, increased salinity and the disappearance of aquatic vegetation, led to its decline. This is not the first time this has happened, and the fishing is likely to recover as the salt decreases.
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712
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Jordan Lake has become a regular stop for bald eagles, and there's even a special observation station where visitors can watch these magnificent guests.
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9869
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The two major goals of the Conservation Reserve Program are to successfully remove land from cultivation and to reduce soil erosion. It has been widely publicized as a boon to small wildlife, and the program will pay farmers money to improve wildlife on their property. Dean discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the program.
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