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for Friend of Wildlife Vol. 44 Issue 4, Fall 1996
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The gamelands program, administered by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, purchased 18,000 new acres in 1996 for hunting and fishing. New lands include Three Top Mountain in Avery County and 2,200 acres along the Roanoke River.
North Carolina has 29 species of freshwater crayfish, and one of these, the Greensboro Burrowing crayfish, is native only to the state. Our understanding of the crayfish is limited, and there are questions regarding habitat degradation and how to ensure species survival.