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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 83 Issue 4, July/August 2019
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Related to an earlier study co-published by Gerwin, the author's current study involved private lands used for wildlife conservation efforts. This study measured the success of endangered bird population preservation in statistics such as fledgling young return rate. Preparing lands like the Lassiter Mills tract for habitation included activities such as attaching GPS data recorders to birds like the pictured field sparrow.
Haw River, once tarnished by pollution-generated runoff and sedimentation, is renowned once more for water-borne activities like canoeing and fishing. The impact of this river’s recovery is being felt particularly in Alamance County, in which much of the Haw is contained.