Wildlife of North Carolina's Mountains region

Wildlife of North Carolina's Mountains region
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).)
Bird, Cardinal
by Case, Steven. State Bird of North Carolina: Cardinal By Steven Case NC Government & Heritage Library, 2011 See also: North Carolina State Symbols and Official Adoptions main page Listen to this [...] (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 Mark D. Jones, Jane Krupnick, and Colleen OlfenbutteNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, updated [...] (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 OakleyNorth 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 HowellNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Classification Class: [...] (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 biologistNorth 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 [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
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, NCWRCNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel (from NC WINS)
by Boynton, Allen, Kelly, Christine. Carolina Northern Flying Squirrel Glaucomys sabrinus coloratus by Allen Boynton Updated in 2007 by Chris KellyNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Chinquapin
by Southern, David. Chinquapin, or "chinkapin," is a diminutive cousin of the American chestnut. Although their name derives from eastern-dwelling Algonquian Indian language, chinquapin trees are known as far west as [...] (from Encyclopedia of North Carolina, University of North Carolina Press.)
Corn Snake (from NC WINS)
by Beane, Jeff, Godfrey, Matthew, Boynton, Allen. Corn Snake Elaphe guttata by Allen Boynton Updated by Jeff Beane and Matthew GodfreyNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Coyote (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Thomas, Jack, Sumner, Perry W. Coyote Canis latrans by Geriann Albers, Colleen Olfenbuttel, Perry W. Sumner, and Jack ThomasNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, updated [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Crayfish (from NC WINS)
by Nichols, Robert B., Friday, Sarah. Crayfish Cambarus bartoni Written by Sarah Friday Updated by Robert NicholsNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Eastern Box Turtle (from NC WINS)
by Burge, Kimberly, Jones, Melissa. Eastern Box Turtle Terrapene carolina by Kimberly Burge and Melissa Jones, edited by Jeff Hall.North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Eastern wild turkey (from NC WINS)
by Howard, Brad. Eastern Wild Turkey Meleagris gallopavo by Brad Howard Updated 2011 by Evin Stanford, Surveys and Research Biologist Additional information about the Eastern Wild [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Gray Fox (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Sumner, Perry W. Gray Fox Urocyon cinereoargenteus by Colleen Olfenbuttel and Perry SumnerNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Great Horned Owl (from NC WINS)
by Johns, Mark E., Irvin, Wayne. Great Horned Owl Bubo virginianus Written by Wayne Irvin Contributions to original by Mark E. JohnsNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
La trucha de agua fresca del estado
by . Extraído de Libro de hechos de El Viejo Estado del Norte. La propiedad literaria 2011 por la Oficina de Archivos e Historia de Carolina del Norte, Departamento de Recursos Culturale de [...] (from NC Office of Archives and History.)
Largemouth Bass (from NC WINS)
by Dockendorf, Kevin, Jones, Wayne. Largemouth Bass Micropterus salmoides by Wayne Jones Updated by Kevin Dockendorf, Fisheries Biologist, 2009.N.C. Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Mallard duck (from NC WINS)
by Sawyer, David, Carraway, Mike, Sumner, Perry W., Humphrey, Reed. Mallard Duck Anas platyrhynchos by Perry W. Sumner, David Sawyer, Mike Carraway and Reed Humphrey Updated by Doug HowellNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Mink (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Carraway, Mike, Sumner, Perry W., Pagliughi, Steve. Mink Mustela vison by Perry Sumner, Mike Carraway and Steve Pagliughi Updated by Colleen OlfenbuttelNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Mourning Dove (from NC WINS)
by Threatt-Taylor, Dale, Fuller, Joe, Sharpe, Terry. Mourning Dove Zenaida macroura by Dale Threatt-Taylor and Terry Sharpe updated by Joe FullerNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Muskrat (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Sawyer, David, Carraway, Mike, Sumner, Perry W., Humphrey, Reed. Muskrat Ondatra zibethicus by Perry W. Sumner, David Sawyer, Mike Carraway, Reed Humphrey and Colleen OlfenbuttelNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, June [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Northern Bobwhite Quail (from NC WINS)
by Wooding, John. Northern Bobwhite Quail Colinus virginianus by John WoodingNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, 2009 Classification Class: Bird Order: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Raccoon (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Sawyer, David, Pipkin, Kate, Popson, Steve. Raccoon Procyon lotor by Geriann Albers, Colleen Olfenbuttel, Steve Popson, and David Sawyer.North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Ramps
by Tetterton, Beverly. Ramps (Allium tricoccum) are wild leeks or onions found in eastern North America. They grow wild high in the Great Smoky Mountains. Related to the ramson, a kind of garlic with broad leaves, the ramp [...] (from Encyclopedia of North Carolina, University of North Carolina Press.)
Red Fox (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, Sawyer, David, Sumner, Perry W., Day, Karen A. Red Fox Vulpes vulpes by Geriann Albers, Karen A. Day, Colleen Olfenbuttel, David Sawyer, and Perry Sumner North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Updated [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Red-Shouldered Hawk (from NC WINS)
by Boynton, Allen, Kelly, Christine. Red-shouldered Hawk Buteo lineatus Written by Allen Boynton; updated by Chris Kelly, 2011.North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. Classification Class: [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Southern Flying Squirrel (from NC WINS)
by Kelly, Christine, Earley, Lawrence S. Southern Flying Squirrel Glaucomys volans by Lawrence S. Earley Updated by Christine KellyNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Striped Skunk (from NC WINS)
by Olfenbuttel, Colleen, James, Elizabeth T. I. Striped Skunk Mephitis mephitis by Elizabeth T.I. James Updated by Colleen OlfenbuttelNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Tangerine Darter (from NC WINS)
by Watson, Brian T., Fraley, Steve. Tangerine Darter Percina aurantiaca by Brian T. Watson, Division of Inland Fisheries Updated by Steve Fraley, N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.North Carolina Wildlife [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Virginia Big-Eared Bat (from NC WINS)
by Boynton, Allen. Virginia Big-Eared Bat Corynorhinus townsendii by Allen Boynton, Katherine Caldwell, Phil Spivey, and Joey WebeNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Updated [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Walleye (from NC WINS)
by Goudreau, Christopher J., Yow, David L., Brown, Robert J. Walleye Sander vitreus by Robert J. Brown and Christopher J. Goudreau Updated by David L. Yow, marine biologistNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission See [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
White-tailed Deer (from NC WINS)
by Hartigan, Chris, Stanford, Evin, Osborne, Scott. White-tailed Deer Odocoileus virginianus by Chris Hartigan, Scott Osborne, Jonathan Shaw, and Evin StanfordNorth Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Updated [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Wild Boar (from NC WINS)
by Stanford, Evin, Sheaton, Julie, Jones, Mark D. Wild Boar Sus scrofa by Julie Sheaton Excerpts from “Hog Wild” by Mark Jones, Wildlife in North Carolina, Feb. 2006. Updated by Evin StanfordNorth Carolina [...] (from NC Wildlife Information Network Share (NC WINS).)
Woolly Worm
by Patteson, Angelyn H. The fuzzy brown and black creature commonly called the woolly worm or woolly bear is the larval form of the tiger moth (Isia isabella). Woolly worms appear in early fall, when they feast on common [...] (from Encyclopedia of North Carolina, University of North Carolina Press.)
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