The Transylvania Times -

By Jane Warth
Special To The Times 

Pisgah Center Builds Future For Wildlife – Transylvania County NC


Part of the library exhibit exemplifies the various aspects of outdoor life represented at the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education. (Times Photos by Michael Rogers)

Do you know your ecological address? Do you know why fingerlings live and grow in raceways? Have you ever seen a rocket net? Why do hunters wear orange? Who are the undercover agents of the forest? What can eat all day long and then sleep for months without waking up?

These and many more interesting questions can be answered in a visit to the Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education in Pisgah Forest – or by coming to the Transylvania County Library. The North Carolina Resources Commission’s Pisgah Center for Wildlife Education is a model educational facility that focuses on building a...

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