A land owner is fighting to move a proposed pump station farther inland to protect Masonboro Sound. “I don’t feel like there’s hope at all,” he says. “I don’t believe in miracles any longer.”
Cameras Capture Wildlife Along River
The red fox looks a bit surprised to have its picture made. It is one of the many animals along the Northeast Cape Fear River that was photographed remotely as part of a project to document wildlife along the river.
Tracking Giants of the Cape Fear
State researchers catch and tag Atlantic sturgeon that prowl the Cape Fear River. The tags allow researchers to follow the movements of the endangered fish. Keeping track of them will help protect these ancient giants.
Remembering the Christmas Blizzard of 1989
A series of meteorological quirks had by Christmas Eve that year brought historic snows to the N.C. coast that knocked out power and paralyzed towns.
The Comeback of the Wild Turkey
On this Thanksgiving, its seems appropriate to consider the story of our native wild turkeys. Once very rare, they are now everywhere. These birds are at the center of one of the great conservation success stories in state history.
Group Aims High, Wants New National Park
It’s been two years since a couple members of No Port Southport joined forces to form a separate group that strives to look at the bigger picture. Now they’re taking a big step toward reaching their goal of establishing a national seashore along the lower Cape Fear River.