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Warblers are often considered the gems of North American bird life and over forty species pass through Western North Carolina during the year. As these songbirds begin migration in April, there are many opportunities to observe and learn about warblers around Asheville. Regular events and walks are held by the Audubon Society, Ventures Birding Tours and other local birders.
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29832
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Western North Carolina offers a plentitude of places to explore with dogs. Erica Kilgo, manager of Patton Avenue Pet Company, discusses the best places to hike with dogs, leash requirements, outdoor training, mountain safety and traveling.
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The Appalachian Mountains house a rich diversity of fungi, some of which produce abundant fruits that are naturally healthy and delicious. No Place Like Home, an Asheville-based tour company, offers guided hikes teaching people how to identify and harvest edible wild plants and mushrooms. Local mushroom clubs and mycological suppliers, such as Asheville Fungi, help people cultivate a variety of mushrooms at home.
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29881
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Full Spectrum Farms is a revolutionary therapy center in Cullowhee, North Carolina. This nonprofit group assists those with autism spectrum disorder in learning useful trades, developing social skills and building personal relationships within a natural setting. Clients learn how to garden, harvest vegetables, and sell their products at the local farmer’s market.
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Development continues on one of North Carolina’s newest greenway passes, the Fonta Flora State Trail. Plans for construction include more than seventy miles of trails linking the Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail in Morganton to the Mountains-to-Sea Trail in Asheville, allowing hikers and cyclists to traverse North Carolina from east to west.
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The Great American Solar Eclipse will be visible in North Carolina on the afternoon of August 21. Astronomers at the University of North Carolina at Asheville explain how the total solar eclipse occurs, and the history of astronomical theories. The best places to view the eclipse are in the western region of the state, and numerous towns are hosting viewing events.
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