Monthly Archives: April 2012

Spring 2012

Spring has sprung in our coastal plain preserves!  Plants are in bloom and green grass is abundant.  Angie Carl was out and about last week with her camera, here is what she saw: This is an area that was burned this winter.  … Continue reading

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Shad Map

So as you know from my post a few weeks ago in “It’s Turkey Season! (And more on those anadromous fish)” we have tagged 20 American Shad in the Cape Fear River to see if they will be able to … Continue reading

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Fire in the Lakes

Well we managed to pull off the third annual Fire in the Lakes Festival, despite a few rain showers.  Unfortunately we were unable to do the demonstration controlled burn and a few of the participants cancelled at the last-minute but all in … Continue reading

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