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John Lawson - Englishman, gentleman, and explorer - set forth in 1700 on a 59-day journey from Charleston, South Carolina, to Washington, North Carolina. He wasn't the first European to explore North Carolina, but he was, perhaps, the most observant. Lawson kept a journal in which he recorded the plants and animals he saw, the rivers he crossed, and the names and customs of Indian tribes he met. Journal excerpts are included.
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9685
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Godfrey describes Nags Head Woods, which is a near wilderness of forest, ponds, and rare plants that cling to a precarious existence on the Outer Banks. The Woods lie on the Roanoke Sound just below the Wright Brothers National Memorial.
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9687
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Derks seeks to answer why the pileated woodpecker has survived in a changing environment, and its cousin, the ivorybill, is now probably extinct.
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9686
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Almy makes the case for hunting woodcocks, which he considers the state's most neglected game bird.
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