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11036
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Eagles Island lies on the border of New Hanover and Brunswick between the Cape Fear and Brunswick rivers. Lying adjacent to Wilmington, the island was a prime spot for developers. Marsh discusses the work of a grassroots group - the Coalition for the Preservation of Eagles Island - that took on the task of protecting the island from development.
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11034
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Not everyone has an opportunity to begin hunting turkeys at an early period in their life. For those who take up the sport in later life, Ingram offers some hunting suggestions.
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11035
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Modern-day turkey hunters have a choice of shotguns. Humphries discusses differences between the standard shotgun and the modern specialized turkey shotgun.
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