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The Bass Masters Classic is the World Series of bass fishing, with total prize money in 1982 at $100,000. First place was worth $40,000. Professional fishermen Tom Mann, Roger Moore, Bill and Bobby Murray, Paul Chamblee, and Rich Clunn discuss what life is like on the pro bass tour.
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9719
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Golden eagles are being reintroduced into the North Carolina mountains in the Shining Rock area.
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9721
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People who want native plants in home gardens have two choices: go to the natural areas where they grow and dig them up or go to nurseries where the staff goes to the natural areas and digs them up. Either situation puts a strain on the natural area's ability to keep producing these wildflowers, bushes, and ferns. Early discusses a plot of the North Carolina Botanical Garden in Chapel Hill to raise these engendered plants on a 350-acre site, and then harvest the seeds for resale to commercial nurseries or private gardeners.
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9722
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Taylor discusses a project of state and federal agencies to restore the bald eagle population at Lake Mattamuskeet.
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