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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 44 Issue 3, Summer 1996
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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.
Two parasitic bee mite species that entered the country recently have destroyed 30% (50,000) of the managed honeybee colonies and 90% of the wild bee colonies in the state. Loss of bees threatens pollination of commercial and wild plants.