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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 65 Issue 9, Sept 2001
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5173
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North Carolina's quail population is declining. A study conducted at North Carolina State University put to rest some long-held assumptions and pinpointed a main cause. Pesticides and predators were proven to be less of a direct cause than had been thought, with loss of habitat being the chief reason for the decline.
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5185
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The National Park Service has reintroduced elk to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In June 2001, a 40- pound elk was born, the first-elk born in the Smokies in 150 years. Whether or not the elk will be able to reproduce is one question the five-year Smokies elk experiment should answer.
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The North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission's program to promote black bear, turkey, and deer populations has been phenomenally successful. Now the agency is starting a five-year program called Cooperative Upland-Habitat Restoration and Enhancement, or CURE. Powell describes the program which will promote small-game populations like quail.
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Deen describes the many activities of North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission enforcement officer Mike Edmisten.
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