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A dozen rehabilitated sea turtles will be released from the care of the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher on Thursday.
In response to a stark increase in boating-related fatalities in 2018, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission urges all everyone to practice safe habits while on the water this summer.
The N.C. Division of Marine Fisheries wants to remind the public to report any cold stunned spotted seatrout they may see in North Carolina coastal waters.
Data collected by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission about human-coyote interactions in 2017 suggest North Carolinians may expect to see and hear coyotes especially in October and November.
With turtle nesting season officially underway, Oak Island will be doing things a bit differently this year.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission has extended the application period by one month for permitted American alligator hunts for this year's season.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is seeking public comment on its draft Coyote Management Plan. The plan addresses impacts of coyotes in our state.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission board approved the N.C. Alligator Management Plan at its business meeting in Raleigh.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is seeking the public’s assistance with a new citizen science project that will help the agency answer the question, “Where do people see alligators in North Carolina?”
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