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    Osprey are frequently sighted in Southeastern North Carolina Commonly known as the sea hawk these bi... read more
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    Here we are at the end of March and my guess is that no one is too sad to see it go Sure college bas... read more
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Something in the Water

The water quality of the Cape Fear River was a major concern in 2017. There is no doubt that it will be an issue in 2018 as well. Rivers have long served farm and town as depositories for animal waste and chemical byproducts. Unfortunately, in the not so distant past this was more the rule than the exception. Things have changed for the better, though we obviously have a long way to go. Rivers, like other natural resources don't belong to a single entity or organization. They provide drinking water, recreation, and for those who spend enough time around or on them, something just as important, though less tangible. There's something about a river running free that provides a sense of peace and exhilaration all at once. Paddling on a river enables you to slow down and appreciate a resource that is much larger and wilder than any single individual or organization. For those who can appreciate this, it can inspire a sense of respect. That's why, in 2018, it's more important than ever to enable those who have not had the opportunity, a chance to engage with our rivers. Through intimate connection and respect we can build a sense of stewardship and ultimately conservation. 

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Osprey are frequently sighted in Southeastern, North Carolina. Commonly known as the sea hawk, these birds of prey are gray and white in coloration and sometimes mistaken for Bald Eagles. In ...

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Scott Schmolesky has been kayaking for over 20 years and has been an instructor the last ten. Most recently he started the outfitter and guide service, The Expedition Organization which offers guided kayak programs in Southeastern, North Carolina. His paddling adventures have taken him through Australia, Europe, and throughout the U.S. He can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can read more of his articles here.

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