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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.
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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.
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Three species of the woodland hawk call North Carolina home. Lee takes a look at their migratory and nesting activities in the state.
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