Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 43 Issue 7, July 1979
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Winston-Salem artist Bob Dance is nationally famous for his watercolors and acrylic paintings of wildlife and the outdoors, especially his scenes of the North Carolina coast. The article includes six of his paintings along with his comments on them.
There are a number of treeless mountain meadows, called â€œbalds,â€ scattered throughout the western North Carolina mountains. Some are covered with flowering bushes and others are grasslands. Payne discusses some of the theories about their origins.
North Carolina's records for freshwater fish are listed along with photographs of and comments by the fishermen who caught them.