Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 77 Issue 3, May/June 2013
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Jeffrey Klinefelter, a wildlife artist from Etna Green, Indiana, won the top award in the 2013 N.C. Waterfowl Conservation Stamp and Print Competition with his vivid painting of a pair of Northern shovelers sitting along the water's edge.
Millions of years ago, one of the mightiest predators on Earth, the megalodon, swam off the coast of North Carolina. Now evidence of these predators exists in rivers and coastal areas in the form of large teeth.
Dean gives a brief history of bass lures, rods and reels, with an emphasis on the golden age of bass fishing from 1900-1940.
If you are tired of eating the same old venison dishes, Hobbs provides some variations on the old style of cooking and adds a few new twists to try.
Although wild turkey populations in North Carolina are stabilized, biologists are attempting to understand the southeast decline in wild turkey productivity.