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See what critters are creeping around in our N.C. woods 

North Carolina scientists are keen to know more about the various kinds of wildlife that are creeping around in our woods. So working with volunteers, they launched a program called “Candid Critters” to set up camera traps — motion and heat sensitive trail cameras — around the state. In particular, the scientists want to know whether the deer population in North Carolina is increasing, decreasing, or staying the same? Where are coyotes and how abundant are they?

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See what critters are creeping around in our N.C. woods 

North Carolina scientists are keen to know more about the various kinds of wildlife that are creeping around in our woods. So working with volunteers, they launched a program called “Candid Critters” to set up camera traps — motion and heat sensitive trail cameras — around the state. In particular, the scientists want to know whether the deer population in North Carolina is increasing, decreasing, or staying the same? Where are coyotes and how abundant are they?