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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 51 Issue 3, Mar 1987
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Wonderfully camouflaged, piping plovers are also extremely rare along our coast, numbering perhaps fewer than sixty birds.
Unusual names are not the only fascinating things about the herons, egrets, and bitterns that live in our marshes, ponds and wetlands.
Two subspecies of hellbenders have been found in the United States. North Carolina's hellbender lives in the cold mountain streams of the western counties. It is one of the largest salamanders in the western hemisphere and can grow up to 2 and one-half feet in length. It is rarely seen and lives on crayfish, fish, and other foods.
Carter describes fishing for chain pickerel in the Waccamaw River.