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A class of warm-blooded animals with fur or hair on their bodies. Mammals are vertebrates. The young are born live and feed on milk from their mothers.
Bat fact sheet - hi-res (pdf, 1 MB)
North Carolina’s White-nose Syndrome Surveillance and Response Plan (pdf, 2 MB)
2011- 12 Harvest Survey of North Carolina Hunters (PDF 134 KB)
2010-11 Harvest Survey of North Carolina Hunters (PDF 102 KB)
Moxostoma sp. ‘Carolina’
Sandy Mush Game Land Birding Check List (PDF)
The Eastern Box Turtle: A Priority Species (YouTube Video)
Southern Leopard Frog
Species Profile (PDF)
Credit: TWRA-Carl Williams
Mollusks are a group that includes snails, slugs, and mussels. They are invertebrate animals with soft, unsegmented bodies. Most have hard, external shells.