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7 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 60 Issue 5, May 1996
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2892
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John Bartram, botanist to King George III, and his son William, were eminent naturalists who traveled the Carolinas and the Southeast collecting botanical specimens. William's 1791 book, TRAVELS, is considered a landmark of early botanical study.
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2852
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Sterling Keeter's life has been a long association with the Roanoke River near his home in Weldon. His eighty-five years are crowded with outdoor experiences, floods, rockfish, and river history.
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2853
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For over twenty years the Mississippi kite has been seen and thought to nest along the Roanoke River, but no nest has ever been found there. The first one was located in 1995, in downtown Laurinburg.
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2851
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Weeds, grass, and other aquatic vegetation are favorite habitats of largemouth bass. Fishing in such areas requires special lures, including weedless spoons, spinnerbaits, and buzzbaits.
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2891
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Dr. Rowland Shelley, Curator of Invertebrates at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science, is one of the world's leading experts on millipedes and centipedes.
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2893
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Water gardens, in addition to providing beauty, colors, and wildness in backyards, attract wildlife, like frogs, birds, rabbits, and insects.
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2894
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Each year deer are involved in around 9,000 traffic accidents statewide. Steps drivers can take to avoid accidents include being cautious at dusk and dawn and learning deer habitats.
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