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Alligators
by Dough, Wynne. In North Carolina the American alligator inhabits fresh and estuarine bodies of water as far west as Robeson and Cumberland Counties, building dens with submerged entrances at the water's edge. [...] (from Encyclopedia of North Carolina, University of North Carolina Press.)
American Shad (from NC WINS)
by Ashley, Keith, Dockendorf, Kevin. American Shad Alosa sapidissima by Keith Ashley Update and revision by Kevin Dockendorf, Fisheries Biologist North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, 2007. Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Atlantic Sturgeon (from NC WINS)
by Wynne, Bennett, Ashley, Keith. Atlantic Sturgeon Acipenser oxyrinchus (Oxyrinchus means “sharp snout”.) by Keith Ashley and Bennett Wynne North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Audubon Society of North Carolina
by Orr, Oliver H., Jr. For a relatively brief period, the Audubon Society of North Carolina (ASNC) was perhaps the most important of the state Audubon societies formed as a part of the bird protection movement generated by [...] (from Encyclopedia of North Carolina, University of North Carolina Press.)
Beaver (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Sumner, Perry W., McGrath, Chris. Beaver Castor canadensis Written by Chris McGrath, Colleen Olfenbuttel, Black Bear and Furbearer Biologist, and Perry Sumner, NCWRC. North Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Beavers
by Hegyi, Laura. Beavers- the largest North American rodents, recognized by their rich brown fur, webbed hind paws, and large, flat tails- were trapped almost to extinction in North Carolina as well as in much of [...] (from Encyclopedia of North Carolina, University of North Carolina Press.)
Bird, Cardinal
by Case, Steven. BIRD: Cardinal By Steven Case NC Government & Heritage Library, 2011 Listen to this entry The NC General Assembly of 1943 named the cardinal (cardinalis cardinalis) as the [...] (from Government & Heritage Library, State Library of North Carolina.)
Black Bear (from NC WINS)
by Krupnick, Jane, Jones, Mark D. Black Bear Ursus americanus by Jane Krupnick Update and revision by Mark D. Jones, Black Bear Biologist North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, 2008. Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Black Crappie and White Crappie (from NC WINS)
by Hammers, Brad E., Oakley, N. Corey. Black Crappie and White Crappie Pomoxis nigromaculatus and Pomoxis annularis Written by Brad E. Hammers updated by N. Corey Oakley North Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Black Duck (from NC WINS)
by Fuller, Joe, Howell, Doug. Black Duck Anas rubripes by Joe Fuller Updated by Doug Howell North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Classification Class: Aves Order: Anseriformes Average [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Bluegill (from NC WINS)
by Hammers, Brad E., Ashley, Keith, Bryant, Shari L. Bluegill Lepomis macrochirus Written by Brad E. Hammers and Shari L. Bryant Updated by Keith Ashley, fisheries biologist North Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Bobcat (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Sawyer, David, Sumner, Perry W. Bobcat Felis rufus Written by Dan Bryant, Colleen Olfenbuttel, Black bear and furbearer biologist–NCWRC, David Sawyer, and Perry Sumner. North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Butterfly, Eastern tiger swallowtail
by Underhill, Michelle Czaikowski. The North Carolina General Assembly designated the Eastern tiger swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) as the official State butterfly of the State of North Carolina. The bill was ratified on June 11, 2012 [...] (from NCpedia.)
Canada Goose (from NC WINS)
by Fuller, Joe, Martin, Kyle. Canada Goose Branta canadensis Originally written by Kyle Martin. Re-written by Joe Fuller, Migratory Game Bird Coordinator, NCWRC North Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Canvasback Duck (from NC WINS)
by Howell, Doug. canvasback Duck Aythya valisineria Written by Jay D. Davis. Re-written by Doug Howell, Waterfowl Biologist –NCWRC North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
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