Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 58 Issue 1, Jan 1994
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Beginning in the 1880s, logging railroads made large-scale logging operations possible. By around 1910, North Carolina was an important producer of lumber for the national market.
The ruffed grouse, a common gamebird in western North Carolina, faces an uncertain future due to environmental conditions, loss of habitat, and various other factors.
Three species of the woodland hawk call North Carolina home. Lee takes a look at their migratory and nesting activities in the state.