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3 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 42 Issue 7, July 1978
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9520
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Fifteen species of wildlife are endangered in North Carolina. They are the bald eagle, Indiana bat, gray bat, brown pelican, ivory-billed woodpecker, Kirtland's warbler, mountain lion, spotfin chub, shortnose sturgeon, Atlantic leatherback turtle, American alligator, red-cockaded woodpecker, peregrine falcon, Bachman's warbler, and the Florida manatee. Wooten discusses how these species became endangered.
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9522
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Artificial reefs are used to increase fish habitats and areas for sports fishing. The authors discuss building a reef using worn out automobile tires and how they work after construction. One of the first large-scale artificial tire reefs was installed in Lake Gaston.
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9521
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The authors discuss species of wildlife that once lived in North Carolina and are now either extinct or have moved to other locales. Among them are the wolf, buffalo, passenger pigeon, cougar, Carolina parakeet, elk, and beaver.
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