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4 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 67 Issue 6, June 2003
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Bird Island is North Carolina's southernmost island and one of the few remaining undeveloped barrier islands. In the early 1990s, island owners planned to develop it commercially. Lynch discusses the ten-year struggle to save the island, its attraction, and why it stirs such strong loyalty in people.
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Hundreds of millponds, some dating to the 1700s, dot the state's Piedmont and Coastal Plain. No longer needed to power mills, these ponds provide areas for fishermen and vital habitats for wildlife. Manuel discusses the historical development of millponds and describes Bennett's Millpond in Chowan County and Tulls Millpond in Lenoir County.
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Bowara reports the results of a survey conducted by North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission biologists between 1989 and 1996 on 17 trout streams \"to determine how trout and nontrout fish populations varied among streams from year to year.\"
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The doodlebug has a name that implies an idler; however, this insect is actually a patient, skillful hunter-trapper. Lee provides a close-up view of the creature's habits.
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