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5 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 74 Issue 7, July 2010
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More than 70 bird species have been seen on the Hoke County farm of Raft Swamp, and they are not there by coincidence. Jackie and Louie Hough have made efforts to attract the birds in order to create a thriving small-scale sustainable farm in the Sandhills of North Carolina.
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19278
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Winding through Virginia and North Carolina, the Dan River has many unique qualities, but it also faces many similar conservation issues throughout its long trek such as water quality and riparian damage.
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19279
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Kayaking takes on a whole new face when it is rigged up for the sea. Including saltwater fishing, kayaking on the ocean is becoming a popular North Carolina adventure.
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19276
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It takes a lot of preparation, effort, and skill to chase and land North Carolina's smallest and fastest billfish.
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19280
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North Carolina wildlife biologists are keeping an eye on the state's bat populations and preparing for the possible arrival of a fungus associated with a deadly bat disease.
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