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8 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 58 Issue 6, June 1994
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The North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission's Community Fishing Program was honored with the American League of Anglers and Boaters' Marine Fisheries Award, and was recognized as the most outstanding sport fishing and management program in the U.S.
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1643
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The Scuppernong River is the centerpiece of an ambitious plan, the Walter B. Jones Center for the Sounds project, that could save the river, protect vast areas of wetland habitat, and bring economic prosperity to Tyrrell County through increased tourism.
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1600
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The dunes that fringe North Carolina beaches are anchored by a group of remarkably adapted plants. Without these plants the dunes would be susceptible to shifting as dictated by the wind.
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1601
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Since 1970 over 3,000 wild turkeys have been relocated in North Carolina, and the state's turkey population has increased from less than 5,000 to approximately 40,000.
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Horwitz has photographed all but one of NC's sixty species of wild orchid. The state's varied climates and habitats are conducive to the growth of orchids, as reflected in the fact that the state has more orchid varieties than does Hawaii.
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1644
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Oregon Inlet at North Carolina's Outer Banks has a reputation for being one of the most productive sport fishing areas along the entire Atlantic Coast.
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Only the tropics have more species of and individual centipedes and millipedes than the area of the southern Appalachians that includes the Great Smokies and the Blue Ridge.
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