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The North Carolina Home Builder’s Association has been steadily beating back the Environmental Management Commission and consistently claims that water quality has steadily been improving. Whether these claims are correct or not remains to be seen.
Some of North Carolina's wildlife species, including peregrine falcons, alligators, and spiny mussels, are considered endangered. Alderman reports on a number of restoration studies that are being conducted and the results being obtained.
The Nongame Wildlife Advisory Committee, an advisory board of the North Carolina Wildlife Commission, protects wildlife species that may sometimes be overlooked.
The North Carolina Wildlife Federation's list of the five most endangered state habitats includes the spruce fir forests in the Great Smoky and Black mountains and the Pamlico and Albemarle sound estuaries.