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Tar Pamlico River Basin

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Nathan Fehrs

on 24 November 2013

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Transcript of Tar Pamlico River Basin

Tar-Pamlico River Basin
Travel Agency: Exotic Travel
Designers: Nathan Fehrs & Madison McRae
Geographical Location
Fauna (Animals)
Flora (Plants)
Major Cities, Population Areas
Natural Resources
Places of Interest
The Tar-Pamlico River Basin is 5,578 square miles which makes it the fourth largest drainage area in North Carolina. Within this area, which stretches from near the Virginia border to the coast, is 2,414 stream miles.
Animals in the Tar-Pamlico River Basin are:
Swamp Sparrow
Forsters Tern
Tundra Swan
Snow Geese
Bald Eagle
White Perch Fish
Some Plants in the Tar-Pamlico are:
Bald Cypress
Spartina Grass
Loblolly Pine
Longleaf Pine
American Sweetgum
Red Spruce
Cherry Tree[disambiguation needed]
Fir Tree
Wild flowers
Beach Grasses
Wax myrtle
Red Cedar
Flame azalea
Some major cities within the Tar-Pamlico River Basin are:
414,929 is the population for the Tar-Pamlico river basin.
That's 74.5 people per square mile.
Some major cities are: Hyde, Grand ville Vance Franklin, and Beaufort.
Some Natural resources are:
Flowing water
Some POI's in the Tar-Pamlico River Basin are:
Vist Picturesque farm lands.
Rocky mountain Children's Museum
The North Carolina Estuarium
Upper Fall and the Lower Falls
More Information
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