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6604
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Edwards discusses the 100,000-acre Pisgah Game Preserve, which lies mostly in Transylvania County. The terrain ranges from broad, flat valleys to rugged peaks of 5,700 feet. The preserve, which is administered cooperatively by the state and federal governments, is a mecca for hikers, nature lovers, and sightseers. A federal highway gives access to all areas of the preserve. Numerous trails, public campgrounds, and picnic areas are available for use. Almost 400,000 people visit each year.
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6603
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In North Carolina, turtles range from the small box turtle, measuring five or six inches long, to the giant leatherback that measures eight feet long and weighs more than half a ton. Amundson describes some of these turtles, including the common musk, common mud, snapping, soft shell, and box turtle.
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38194
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Children’s reading comprehension improved greatly when reading about topics that interested them, such as animal conservation. This came in the form of books, pamphlets, magazines, and more.
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38192
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Camp Millstone Rock in the Sandhills Wildlife Management Area held the annual 4-H wildlife conference, where representatives of various resource commissions discussed wildlife topics with children and teenagers.
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38195
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In order to become more aware of the nature around them, children who attended the 4-H Wildlife Conference Camp at Camp Millstone spent an afternoon finding 75 objects from a list to display at a central location.
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38193
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Multiple minor and major accidents can happen to dogs when outside; first aid for common ailments is provided so the dog can hopefully make a full recovery.
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38196
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Focusing on the killdeer bird, the author notes how its coloring helps it and its young blend seamlessly into its environment.
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38764
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This is a progress report on the activities of Federal Aid Project 25-D, which was created in 1948 to solve the problem of diminishing small game animals.