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  • Pond Project Progresses

    A worker uses an excavator to slope the bank of a drained pond Friday in Cape Carteret, part of an N.C. Coastal Federation-led project intended to improve water quality in nearby Deer Creek.

  • Realtors Volunteer for Shoreline Work

    Volunteers with the Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors plant seedlings to help restore salt marsh habitat as part of a living shoreline project at Carolina Beach State Park.

  • ‘The Otter Way’

    Reader Marilyn Kircus captured this image of river otters at the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.

  • ‘Sea Foam at Sunrise’

    Reader Jim Snyders captured this image of sea foam recently on the beach near the 6800 block of Emerald Isle.

  • ‘Ibis at Rest’

    Reader Terri Chabot captured this pair of immature ibis preening at Greenfield Lake in Wilmington.

  • ‘Nap Time’

    A sleepy barred owl takes advantage of a warm sun beam during the early morning chill.

  • ‘Shark Eye’

    A winter treasure found after the recent storms, sometimes called a shark eye.

  • ‘Snack Time’

    Photographer Brian Horsley captured this image, “Snack Time,” in September at Shackleford Banks.

  • ‘Hanging Out’

    Photographer Jim Snyders captured this image, “Hanging Out,” earlier this month in Swansboro.