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28765
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Bald eagles are alive and well again in North Carolina. The status of bald eagles is one of the great conservation success stories. The conservation of the bird in the state is detailed including how the conservation started, how the population was restored, how the eagles are tracked, and how citizens can view them in nature.
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36158
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Information related to bat house construction included ideal sites and times of the year to build. Diagrams and a description outlining steps of the construction process were offered to assure regular occupancy by the otherwise picky dwellers.
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41131
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Factors threatening the Lake Sturgeon’s survival in North Carolina waterways include overharvesting and habitat degradation. The described approach is a response to the population crisis that places them in the species of special concern category. It begins with care in living tanks and food specially prepared by staff. It ends with the fishes' release, once they have acclimated to provisions resembling prey inhabiting the state's wild waters.
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41149
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The Network for Endangered Sea Turtles’ wildlife conservation efforts complement work carried out by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. Made up of volunteers and professionals, they contribute to the survival of coastal creatures such as sea turtles. The five species profiled include the Loggerhead, comprising 95% of this state's sea turtle population.