Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 58 Issue 4, Apr 1994
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Against the backdrop of the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission's forty-year effort to return the wild turkey to abundance, Seamster relates the tale of a long-time hunter who has learned to treat the bird as a renewable resource.
Venters explains why dry flies are favored by trout fishermen throughout the region and offers a profile of some noted North Carolina fly fishermen.
The popularity of saltwater fly fishing along the North Carolina coast has grown rapidly in recent years. The sport has much to offer the novice as well as the expert.
Dinosaur fossils have been discovered along the banks of the Cape Fear River. Lee discusses his lifelong interest in the creatures and relates information about current theories concerning dinosaurs in North Carolina and throughout North America.