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July 7th, 2011:

Spotlight on North Carolina wildlife

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Do you enjoy looking for crayfish in creeks or fishing for largemouth bass? Do you try to identify tracks in your backyard to determine if a raccoon or white-tailed deer has been by? You may enjoy reading some of the wildlife species profiles in NCpedia!

NC WINS (NC Wildlife Information Network Share) is a collective made up of the NC Wildlife Resources Commission, NC Museum of Natural Sciences, NC Aquariums, NC Department of Cultural Resources, East Carolina University and Appalachian State University. Thanks to NC WINS, you may read about black bears, coyotes, mallard ducks, snowy egrets and more in NCpedia.

Mourning doves


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