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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 73 Issue 9, Sept 2009
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Flathead catfish, natives of the Mississippi River basin, were introduced into the Cape Fear River. They rapidly reproduced and spread into other rivers of the Coastal Plain, including the Tar, White Oak, and Neuse. The introduction was an unfortunate mistake as the flathead is destroying a number of native fish populations.
For land owners and farm managers who want to improve wildlife habitats, the federally passed Farm Bill offers a number of programs to choose from. North Carolina landowners have used programs from the bill, such as no-till farming, to restore declining quail populations and other wildlife.