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NC Updates Upland Habitat Website

<p>North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has updated its <a href=””>CURE website</a>. CURE is the Cooperative Upland habitat Restoration and Enhancement program developed by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) because wildlife that require early-successional habitats are among the most imperiled species in the United States, across the South, and within North Carolina.  Bobwhite quail have become the “flagship species” among this group, but it also includes numerous declining songbirds, many species of mammals such as rabbits, pollinators such as butterflies, and many species of amphibians and reptiles.</p> <p>Links to 17 years of The Upland Gazette can also be found on the site, as well as a wealth of information about CURE and early-successional habitat management. </p>