Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 58 Issue 10, Oct 1994
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The comeback of wood duck populations in the eastern U.S. qualifies as a major wildlife management success story. In 1993 biologists banded over 2,500 wood ducks in the Tuckertown and Pee Dee River reservoirs as part of a new wildlife management program.
Hurricane Hazel was one of the most destructive storms to strike the North Carolina coast in the last few centuries. October 15, 1994, marks the 40th anniversary of this powerful storm.
Black gum trees are a valuable source of food and shelter for North Carolina Wildlife, and they provide many practical benefits to rural families.