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Exploring North Carolina
Exploring North Carolina
Report from the Birds
On ENC we have told you many times that North Carolina is a birders paradise.
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Canals of North Carolina
The earliest North Carolina canals, dug by enslaved African people, drained vast wetlands
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Within the borders of NC there are two "long parks" operated by the Park Service.
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North Carolina's Two Coasts: Part 2
"The Coast We Were Given & a Coast in Transition."
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North Carolina's Two Coasts: Part 1
A two-part episode which probes the natural forces that created our state’s coastline
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ENC takes you on an upclose and unforgettable visit to Tar Heel salt marshes.
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Meet the people who care for "living collections" at the NC Muesuem of Natural Science.
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Where Rivers are Born
Residents of North Carolina's eastern counties classify rivers as either "brownwater" or "
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Highway to the Future
North Carolina has its own version of the Appalachian Trail – the Mountains to the Sea Tra
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Experts will help us to understand why "planting native" is the intelligent thing to do.
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Salamanders as Canaries
From the mountains and to our coastal plain, here is the story of these awesome creatures.
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