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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 49 Issue 7, July 1985
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9790
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Who gets to use the state's lands and for what purpose? For the wildlife and plants that inhabit it, who speaks for their needs? In this third of a four-part series, Earley examines the forestlands. In North Carolina 75 percent of the forestland is in small, privately held sections. For many owners profit is the main concern, with the needs of wildlife placed second.
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9793
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On April 4, 1985, there were 189 fires burning throughout North Carolina. Prolonged drought, warm temperatures, and high winds were contributing factors. On April 6, the Pungo fire broke out in Washington, Hyde, and Tyrrell Counties and burned almost 100,000 acres. Taylor describes the fire and its effect on wildlife.
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9791
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Once maritime forests covered the Outer Banks, but now they have been reduced to small pockets protected by governmental and conservation organizations. Spence discusses their history and what scientific research reveals about them.
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Arrington discusses finding and photographing frogs in a marsh at night and the type of photographic equipment to use.
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