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4629
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Some of the state's declining species, including black bear, deer, wild turkey, and bald eagle, made remarkable recoveries during the 20th-century. The challenge of the 21st-century will be to protect and conserve wildlife in a time when population, urban sprawl, and intolerance for wildlife are increasing.
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3657
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Traditional plowing of fields year after year depletes topsoil, requiring replacement by chemical fertilizers. In Halifax County, farmers have begun no-till cultivation, which improves the soil, increases crop yield, controls erosion, and provides food and cover for wildlife.
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5373
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North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission biologist Carl Betsill describes the North Carolina that early European explorers, like DeSoto, experienced. It is a vastly different place from today and even from what many imagine it to have been like.
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