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5 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 41 Issue 7, July 1977
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The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has invited biologists with expertise on various endangered species to submit study proposals aimed at determining the status and distribution of such species in North Carolina. The particular species are the red-cockaded woodpecker, American alligator, brown pelican, peregrine falcon, bald eagle, eastern cougar, Indiana and gray bats, and the Florida manatee.
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In this third of a series of articles on North Carolina's state parks, Constantino discusses the “hidden” state parks. They are the newest parks in the system and are little known outside their areas because they are either totally undeveloped or have a minimum of interim development for public use. The parks are Crowder's Mountain, Raven Rock, Eno River, Medoc Mountain, Merchant's Millpond, Dismal Swamp, Goose Creek, and the Theodore Roosevelt Natural Area.
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Since 1975, the North Carolina State Museum of Natural History has been gathering information on the status of the panther in North Carolina. Much of this information is based on sight reports. This article explains and summarizes the preliminary results of the study.
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9464
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North Carolina's only nesting colony of brown pelicans was discovered in 1929 on Royal Shoal, a low island located about ten miles northwest of Ocracoke Island in Pamlico Sound. Wooten discusses follow-up sightings and studies and why the brown pelican is on the endangered species list.
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Barick discusses how a species can be designated as endangered and once on the list what can be done to ensure its survival. Currently there are 170 animal species in the country designated as endangered, and fifteen of them are listed as occurring in North Carolina.
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