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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 53 Issue 10, Oct 1989
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719
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Small, scattered and disappearing, mountain bogs are some of our rarest habitats and contain some of the least common plants and animals. Yet we know almost nothing about these tiny, isolated worlds.
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9927
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There never were many bog turtles in North Carolina, and real estate development, habitat destruction, and the illegal pet trade have seriously reduced the bog turtle population that has survived.
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9939
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Mention coyote and images of the West appear in the mind; however, within the past decade this pest from the West has arrived in North Carolina. There have been sightings in Jones, Craven, and Beaufort Counties, but the first evidence that the animals are breeding was discovered when some coyote pups were found on a Jones County farm.
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9936
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Lichens are primitive, colorful, common, and useful. Ellis describes the ones that do not cling to rocks.
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