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Cover: This image of a great egret, with its reﬂection upon the waters of a Lake Mattamuskeet canal, was the Grand Prize winner in our 2014 Wildlife in North Carolina Photo Competition. Photograph by Neil Jernigan.
Presenting the top photos in 10 categories.
5 Grand Prize
10 Reptiles and Amphibians
14 Wild Plants
16 Outdoor Recreation
18 Wild Landscapes
20 Animal Behavior
22 Youth Photographer 13–17
25 Youth Photographer 12 and under
written by Mike Marsh
Although not nearly as numerous as Canada geese or snow geese, brant can provide interesting opportunities for coastal hunters.
written by Zoe Hansen, Michael O’Neill, Fritz Clingroth, Emma Lettie and Max Wright
Exploris Middle School students took to the woods to find out.
At a small lake in the southwestern mountains, the Wildlife Commission is combining rainbow and brown trout with a very healthy forage base.
One of the thrills of turkey hunting is hearing a heart-stopping gobble shatter the woods. But what’s a hunter to do when turkeys don’t gobble?
When conditions aren’t right for ﬁshing ﬂies, inline spinners offer a great alternative for the light-tackle enthusiast.