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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 53 Issue 4, Apr 1989
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701
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A partnership between private groups and state government is playing a big role in funding the protection of unique natural areas like the Walcott Tract in North Carolina.
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9867
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In this Carolina Profile, Garland Bunting of Scotland Neck talks about coon dogs. Bunting was an officer for the Halifax County Alcoholic Beverages Control for a number of years.
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711
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Soaring up to two hundred feet, the tulip poplar is North Carolina's largest tree. Settlers used its timber for cabins, its bark for siding, and collected honey from its handsome blossom.
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710
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After years of study, biologists are beginning to unlock some of the mysteries of our dwindling striped bass populations in Albemarle Sound and the Roanoke River.
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