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8 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 56 Issue 2, Feb 1992
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The preservation of bottomlands is essential for wildlife well-being and water quality.
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Originated by sportsmen, national wildlife refuges face a proposed ban on hunting that could threaten the entire refuge system.
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The North Carolina Sportsman's Alliance was organized to preserve hunting for future generations.
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Purple martins, the largest, highest-flying, and most popular of the swallow family, are rumored to be effective for controlling mosquitos.
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Stephenson discusses the factors surrounding the decline of herring runs throughout Eastern North Carolina.
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Earley explores the habitat and explains the appearance of the freshwater Paddlefish.
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Rucker provides techniques for hunting snapping turtles.
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