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6 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 56 Issue 3, Mar 1992
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Mackay Island Wildlife Refuge in northeast North Carolina, one of the state's most historic national wildlife refuges, was granted extra adjacent land to act as a buffer against urban expansion.
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Weyerhaeuser planted twelve acres of endangered white cedar saplings at the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge near Creswell.
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105
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The Pigeon River, a stretch of which has been called the most polluted in the country, is the subject of recent cleanup proposals. A proposed diversion of Cataloochee Creek could boost local economies with whitewater sports and better fishing.
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106
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Professor Tom Quay's field course on North Carolina's colony-nesting waterbirds is helping enforcement officers protect the species.
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108
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Renaldo Kuhler, scientific illustrator, displays his work for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
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107
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For every type of mountain lake fish there is a time of season best suited for the angler to make the catch.
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