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23946
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The Albemarle Peninsula is a wetland located between the Albemarle and Pamlico Sounds. The peninsula covers 3,200 square miles of land in five different counties. The wetland environment is home to a variety of wildlife, including bobcats, black bears, red wolves, tundra swans, river otters, snake species, and the American Alligator, among others.
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23948
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False albacore are speedy fish that are difficult to catch, but anglers have learned to adjust baiting methods, fly rod weight, and casting tactics to become more successful. The Cape Lookout Albacore Festival brings a number of false albacore anglers together each year and has revived the sport of catching this species of fish.
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Author Bruce Ingram discusses his locavore lifestyle, an emerging trend. The locavore lifestyle involves growing chemical-free food, hunting, fishing, raising livestock, and using natural energy like firewood and solar power instead of electricity. He urges North Carolinians to consider the lifestyle, or at least utilize local farmer's markets for fresh produce.