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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 47 Issue 12, Dec 1983
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Until the 1800s, wolves were the dominant predator in North Carolina, and accounts of them can be found in colonial records and in early Moravian diaries. Wolf bounties were common during those periods, and settlers were encouraged to kill them. The last wolf sighting in the state was in 1933.