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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 52 Issue 10, Oct 1988
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The H.G. WRIGHT, a 19th-century sternwheeler, was used by the U.S. Corps of Engineers to dredge the Cape Fear and Black rivers to remove dangerous snags. Abandoned in a marsh off Eagle's Island in 1924, it rusted and sank in the mud. In 1986, the mechanical parts were recovered and restored.
The vast forests of longleaf pine that once covered the Coastal Plain are gone forever, but landowners are rediscovering the virtues of our state tree.
Woodcocks and snipes spend the summer in New England and Canada and winter in North Carolina. Although these reclusive game birds frequent boggy areas in forests and have many characteristics of upland game birds, they are actually shorebirds that moved inland over time. Earley compares the birds.