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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 52 Issue 11, Nov 1988
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731
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Serious trouble stalks two of the nation's largest estuarine areas, threatening the state's eastern economy and environment. Our best hope for restoration may lie with the five-year Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine Study.
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9857
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Less than twenty years ago, the muskellunge had all but disappeared from its rivers in western North Carolina. Improved pollution controls have been vital to the restoration of this game fish.
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732
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The black bear once roamed enormous areas of desolate mountain terrain, but that habitat has dwindled and there are disruptions in protected areas.
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730
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Durham carver Ben A. Heinemann crafts decoys that will win awards and be avidly sought by collectors.
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