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Do you ever wonder what animals lurk in the most wild parts of the state? Or in your own backyard? Still waiting for photographic proof of a North Carolina mountain lion? Big foot? North Carolina’s Candid Critters is your chance to...continue reading...
Our staff and volunteers have been hard at work setting up cameras, collecting data, and refreshing batteries to bring you a glimpse of our North Carolina wildlife. So far, we’ve uploaded photos from Calloway Forest in the Sandhills (SH), Black...continue reading...
Last summer I was going fishing as part of an inland fisheries class with North Carolina State University’s (NCSU) Wildlife Summer Camp. While I was walking around the pond to secure a section of the bank to fish, I stumbled upon a baby white-...continue reading...
Woodland Park Zoo and the University of Washington School of Environmental Sciences are researching how a gradient of human development affects habitat use, patterns of activity, intraguild interactions, species composition, and diet for a...continue reading...
This project is run by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and is focused on collecting camera-trap data from anyone who owns their own camera trap and wishes to survey their yard, town or adjacent natural area. It is open to...continue reading...
African Bush Elephant
American Black Bear
East African Oryx