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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 43 Issue 6, June 1979
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Duane Raver, Jr. is one of the most widely recognized wildlife artists in the nation. He is retiring in July 1979 as editor of WILDLIFE IN NORTH CAROLINA to pursue a career as a full-time free-lance wildlife artist.
Although his name is more often linked with the state of Kentucky, Daniel Boone and his family lived in the western part of the state from 1751 to 1775.
Many of the state's native plants have medicinal benefits and are often used to produce commercial drugs. Among them are bloodroot, yellow lady slipper, and mayapple.