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6 results for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 74 Issue 6, June 2010
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19274
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Boaters in North Carolina now have easier access to state waters given the productivity of N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's Division of Engineering Services. The group has been renovating, replacing, and building Boating Access Areas (BAA) from the mountains to the coast.
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19269
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Although extremely beautiful, red lion fish from the Indo-Pacific are a voracious, invasive species that has become established in North Carolina's warming waters, and it is wreaking havoc on the state's offshore reefs.
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19272
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The formation of Grandfather Mountain State Park is a family affair for Jack Morton, who examines the history of the tourist attraction from the purchasing of the acreage in 1885 by his grandfather's great grandfather, and its opening as an attraction in 1952 by his great-great-grandfather.
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19275
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Minnesota native Scot Storm is the winner of the 2010 North Carolina Waterfowl Conservation Stamp and Print with his work entitled \"Carolina Snow Geese.\"
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19273
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Dean discusses what steps to take when improving the fishing in a new or renovated pond, and the people to turn to when you need advice.
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19270
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Although a time-consuming recipe, Brunswick Stew has become a staple and cultural icon of eastern North Carolina. Recipe included.
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