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Wildlife in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

The NIEHS is the first facility in Research Triangle Park to receive the North Carolina Wildlife and Industry Together (WAIT) program certification. This certification requires implementation of an employee education program that is focused on campus wildlife and the surrounding habitat. These articles cover a wide range of ecological topics and have been distributed in support of the ongoing education requirement.

These tales are authored and edited by a pool of writers who seek to accurately inform the readers about ecological topics. The following index is available for assistance in finding your favorite current and past articles. Enter the name of any animal, plant, insect, or other ecological subject to find all published articles about the selected topic. For more information about the authors who write these tales, see Green Champions awards recognize NIEHS achievements.


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Animals
Articles about native animal species of North Carolina. Some of these animals have been seen on NIEHS campus!
Ecology
Articles written about the environment. Learn about the ecosystem of North Carolina, and the pests that affect it.
Insects
Articles about insects that have been seen on NIEHS campus. Some of these bugs threaten our plants!
Invasive Species
Articles about invasive species on NIEHS campus. These species threaten our native species!
Plants
Articles about trees, grass, shrubs and other plants seen on NIEHS campus. Learn about plants native to North Carolina!

 

Contact

Bill Steinmetz, Environmental Compliance Officer
Tel (919) 541-4234
steinme1@niehs.nih.gov

Bill Willis, Biologist
Tel (919) 541-4011
willisw@niehs.nih.gov

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