Fri, 01/19/2018 - 12:08am
Park rangers at Carver's Creek State Park use "controlled burns" to help ecosystems and endangered species thrive.
Biologists investigate why some bats on North Carolina's coast seem to be escaping a fungal disease that's killing bats across the U.S.
Wildlife biologists are keeping an eye on the interactions between alligators and people who live around Lake Waccamaw, near Wilmington.
North Carolina scientists study how bears are adapting to Asheville’s growing urban environment.
Bitwater Farms outside Asheville raises crickets as a multi-benefit food source for use in insectariums and beyond.
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