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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 61 Issue 10, Oct 1997
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At one time, over 1,300 varieties of apples grew throughout the Southeast. Today, only a few hundred survive. On his Chatham County farm, Creighton Lee Calhoun, Jr. seeks to preserve the apple heritage by collecting and growing over 350 varieties.
How well a deer hunter solves problems, including extremely hot or windy weather, seeing deer at too great a distance to shoot, and too many hunters nearby, will often determine whether or not be bags his quarry.
Before the coming of the white men, Cherokees and other Indians of the Southeast enjoyed the flavor of yaupon tea and products derived from nut trees, including acorns, chestnuts, walnuts, and hickories.