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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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5064
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As the state's population grows and urban sprawl continues, contact between wildlife and city life is inevitable. Hajian discusses what towns like Biltmore Forest and Nags Head are doing to deal with the problem.
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 51 Issue 6, June 2001, p11, il
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23560
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Therapists share how their use of animals has helped their patients.
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5209
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Everyday, urbanization claims more of North Carolina's farmlands and forests, bringing humans and wildlife into closer contact. Pipkin discusses some precautions people can use to ease friction between themselves and wildlife, including black bears, raccoons, Canadian geese, and whitetail deer.
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