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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 58 Issue 2, Feb 1994
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Neotropical migrant birds, commonly referred to as songbirds, are facing a grim future owing to, among other factors, loss of habitat in North America.
Each June, North Carolina volunteers listen for bird calls to help chart long-term bird population trends.
While many factors seem to affect quail populations in the Southeast, the reduction of insects may be limiting the quail's brood habitat.
Regulation of crappie populations is used to promote the development of larger fish, which sportsmen prefer.