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Beavers remake the environment to meet their needs. What's good for the beaver, though, sometimes causes problems for people, such as destruction of trees and crops and flooding caused by beaver dams. On the positive side, beaver ponds provide homes for waterfowl and habitats for other species including frogs and bitterns. The dams also help prevent harmful nutrients and pollutants from washing downstream by causing them to settle to the pond bottoms where bacteria destroy them.
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5148
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The North Carolina Wildlife Commission's special permits provide hunters with \"a chance at a quality hunt on public land.\" Foushee describes the way to apply for a permit, the areas throughout the state where the hunts take place, and the types of hunts, including mourning dove, white-tailed deer, waterfowl, and wild turkey.
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Ginger Williams is the new head of the North Carolina Resources Commission's Division of Conservation Education, replacing Sid Baynes who retired in May 2001. Williams has been with the commission ten years and is a graduate of Campbell University.
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