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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 37 Issue 8, Aug 1973
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Near Ingold in Sampson County, the Coharie and Six Runs Creeks join to form the Black River, which flows 66 miles before emptying into the Cape Fear River 14 miles above Wilmington. The Black River was a commercial highway from the colonial period until the late 19-century. Peterson describes a journey down the river in which he discovers its history and explores its natural surroundings.
Part 3 of endangered wildlife contains a list of mammals considered by the Endangered Species Committee to be either rare or endangered in North Carolina. May are simply on the edge of their normal range, while others are being jeopardized by habitat destruction.
Frog legs are considered a delicacy among some individuals. Chauncey describes the equipment needed to hunt them, where to start searching for frogs, hunting at night, and how to prepare the meal.