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  • ​Explore NC Wildlife : NCWF
    the Gulf of Mexico Because a significant number of migrating birds make their way through North Carolina s Outer Banks this is a perfect site for enthusiastic bird watchers You may also catch a glimpse of a seal or manatee off the Cape s waters or see endangered loggerhead sea turtles nesting on the pristine beach Be sure to visit Buxton Woods the largest maritime forest in the state You

    Original URL path: http://www.ncwf.org/explore-nc-wildlife (2016-05-01)
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  • NCWF Journal : NCWF
    news and NCWF action alert updates Stay informed about NCWF advocacy work and how you can help 2015 Winter 2015 Spring 2015 Summer 2015 Fall 2015 2014 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Annual Report 2013 2013 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Winter 2013 Annual Report 2012 2012 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 2011 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 2010 Spring 2010 Annual Report 2010 2009 Spring

    Original URL path: http://www.ncwf.org/ncwf-journal (2016-05-01)
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  • NCWF Chapters : NCWF
    mobilization and policy expertise Designed to empower local wildlife enthusiasts from anglers backpackers birders hunters photographers and hikers to have a direct and effective impact on the conservation of wildlife in their local community and the state of North Carolina Hold monthly meetings conduct field trips and work on interesting wildlife projects in their communities Join a chapter and get involved If you are interested in forming a NCWF wildlife chapter please contact Christopher North Conservation Director JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address or 704 332 5696 Our Chapters Albemarle Conservation Wildlife Chapter Elizabeth City NC Facebook Charlotte Reconnecting Ourselves With Nature CROWN Website Facebook Concord Wildlife Alliance Concord NC Website Facebook Fayetteville Increasing Sustainable Habitat FISH Facebook Gaston County Piedmont Area Wildlife Stewards PAWS Website Greater Raleigh Outdoors and Wildlife GROW Raleigh NC Facebook Habitat and Wildlife Keepers HAWK Matthews NC Website Meetup Website Facebook Lake James Area Wildlife and Nature Society Website Facebook Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists Mooresville NC Website Facebook Newsletters Mountain Island Lake Wildlife Stewards Belmont and Charlotte NC Mountain Wild Asheville NC Website Facebook Pamlico Albemarle Wildlife Conservationists Facebook Protecting Advocating and Conserving Together PACT in the High Country Avery Watauga and

    Original URL path: http://www.ncwf.org/about-us/ncwf-chapters (2016-05-01)
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  • From the Mountains : NCWF
    America and the largest mountain range in the eastern United States Mount Mitchell towers as North Carolina s highest peak at 6 684 feet the highest point in eastern North America The mountain region of our Southern Appalachians is world renowned for its incredible biodiversity Here you will see diverse hardwood forests consisting of nearly 100 species of trees numerous species of flowers plants ferns moss and fungi The stunning Heller s blazing star flower grows only here at the highest elevations in North Carolina Magnificent old growth tulip poplars stand tall in Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest as some of the largest trees in our State Giant old growth white pine trees some over 170 ft tall and 300 yrs old grace the Cataloochie area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park You will also find that many species of reptiles amphibians live here including numerous salamanders that exist nowhere else on earth Thousands of miles of mountain streams wind through the region teeming with trout Over 70 mammals including white tailed deer the federally endangered northern flying squirrel wild turkeys black bears and over 100 nesting birds make this region their home NCWF Accomplishments From the passion of our

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  • To the Piedmont : NCWF
    state The beauty and significance of this is known by North Carolinians first hand Please Help NCWF Conserve It The Piedmont region is revered for its gentle rolling foothills remnant mountain peaks hinting at the area s geologic past its abundant and beautiful mixed forests streams and rivers all of which provide significant habitat for many species of plants and animals One of many places in the Piedmont to visit Jordan Lake A Spectacular Site for Birding and Fishing 46 768 Acres for Wildlife over 14 000 Acres of Water A small sampling of the diverse birds you can see Indigo Bunting Prothonotary warbler Scarlet Tanager Great Crested Flycatcher Whip poor will Hooded Warbler Eastern Kingbird Kentucky Warbler Cliff Swallow Blue Grosbeak Blueheaded Vireo Red Headed Woodpecker Mergansers Brownheaded Nuthatch and Bald Eagle Jordan Lake area is known as one of the largest habitats where Bald Eagles call home A sampling of fish in Lake Jordan Largemouth Bass Striper Crappie Bream Catfish and White Perch NCWF Accomplishments From the passion of our grassroots members chapters and affiliates to the professional efforts of our staff and board from the mountains to the piedmont to the coast NCWF works for the wild

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  • To the Coast : NCWF
    that make up about 50 of NC s freshwater wetlands long leaf pine savannas cypress swamps white cedar swamps bottomland hardwood forests freshwater marshes wet dune swales and salt marshes Important and vulnerable wetland habitats like these need our protection 70 of the United State s pocosins are in the state of North Carolina The tidewater Sand Hills region of North Carolina s Coastal Plain and coastal SC is the

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  • The North Carolina Camouflage Coalition Program : NCWF
    on a local state and national level North Carolina hunters and anglers have been and continue to be some of the state s most committed and effective conservation leaders Richard B Hamilton serves as Camouflage Coalition Coordinator Hamilton former director of the N C Wildlife Resources Commission brings unparalleled expertise and enthusiasm to the task of guarding hunting and fishing Hamilton a lifelong hunter and fisherman relates well to the hunting and fishing fraternity As we organize hunters and anglers and others interested in wildlife conservation into a well informed and strong network we will protect the future of hunting and fishing says Hamilton We need to stand together and present a united front Protect the sporting heritage you love for our kids future The work of NCWF and NC Camo Coalition is made possible through the various ways sportsmen women like you have supported us We are thankful for your loyal support NC Camo Coalition Website Protect the Future of Hunting Fishing Programs Home Great Outdoors University GoU The Butterfly Highway NC Teaming With Wildlife Coalition Certified Wildlife Habitat W A I T Island Habitat Program Wildlife Friendly Development Certification Program Fellowship Actions Impacting the Habitat F A I

    Original URL path: http://www.ncwf.org/programs/the-north-carolina-camouflage-coalition (2016-05-01)
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  • Leadership Club Membership : NCWF
    support as a Leadership Club member will help NCWF protect the wildlife and wild places we love Click here to give Support NCWF NCWF Membership NCWF Gift Membership Leadership Club Matching Gifts Charlie Shaw Society Memorial Gifts Student Scholarships Conservation Awards Planned Giving Thank you for joining with us to protect wildlife and habitats in North Carolina We hope to see you soon at one of our chapter meetings NCWF

    Original URL path: http://www.ncwf.org/support/leadership-club-membership (2016-05-01)
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