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6 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 74 Issue 5, May 2010
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19263
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Before the settlement of the North Carolina's Coastal Plain, the area was covered by a wide expanse of longleaf pine forests, swamps, and pocosins. Today, the longleaf pine covers only a fraction of its once substantial acreage. A group of unlikely partners have developed a conservation plan aimed at restoring this ecosystem in North Carolina.
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19268
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The Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center has recently filed suit against the State of North Carolina to stop the authorization of gill net fishing which is a violation of the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
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19264
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Dean discusses the ways to improve the numbers of wildlife that inhabit older ponds. This often involves draining the pond to see what is going on beneath the surface, and starting the process from scratch.
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19266
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North Carolina is home to the most biodiversity of any temperate region in the world. This includes 70 native reptile species such as turtles, lizards, snakes, and crocodiles, ranging terrestrial, aquatic, marine, arboreal, and fossorial species.
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19265
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An advocacy group of disabled veterans new program puts wounded veterans in the field with North Carolina turkey hunting guides and has proven successful not only in the hunt but in providing a network of aid for disabled veterans.
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19267
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The Uwharrie River which winds through the Piedmont in Uwharrie National Forest, is becoming popular for its enticing fishing, especially bass.
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