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A Flood of Memories

carolinawildlife | Wildlife Conservation | No Comments
Sunday, October 4th around 8:30 a.m. my wife woke me and announced that the water in the pond behind the house had reached the top of the dam and was...

No Bread For Birds

carolinawildlife | Wildlife Education | 1 Comment
Like so many others, I remember going out into the backyard with my grandmother to feed the birds. She would take table scraps and day old bread and cast it...

An Insider’s Perspective: the people behind the caring.

carolinawildlife | Wildlife Rehabiltation | No Comments
From: Jay Coles, ED, Carolina Wildlife Center For just over two years I have been part of one of the most interesting organizations I have ever encountered. The world of...

With fishing, like any outdoor sport, there are rules

carolinawildlife | Uncategorized | No Comments
Recently, we received a beautiful Canada goose from a caring couple that found it struggling and near death. The goose had become tangled in fishing line, Cajun Red monofilament to...