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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 48 Issue 3, Mar 1984
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The village of Portsmouth, located on North Core Banks, was founded in 1753 and was once a bustling fishing village. Today it is empty - a village of deserted buildings and no residents, except for a few visiting fishermen and beachcombers.
Ten wren species inhabit the country, and six of them live in North Carolina--the house, Carolina, Bewick's, long-billed, short-billed, and winter wren.