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38703
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With ever changing sands and various storms, the geography of the Outer Banks is always in a state of flux. In an attempt to stave off the change from land to sea, a wooden fence was erected along the Currituck Sound to help build up sand dunes and keep back the sea.
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38745
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The National Resources Council of America presented a fundamental policy for the basic use of soil, water, plants, and animals to prevent their waste and depletion.
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38746
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Artificial lures can be great for catching largemouth bass; the weight, color, and size are all factors to be considered when fishing.
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38751
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At night, two men tried to get an estimated count on ghost crabs that littered the beach for hundreds of yards.
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38747
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The introduction of Walleye pike into reservoirs is expected to help with fish management because the species is tolerant of water level changes.
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38749
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The spread of rabies can be easily deterred by annually inoculating household pets, such as dogs and cats.
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38750
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A few notes and tidbits from various places are included.