NC Wetlands Video Gallery

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Themed Videos

Who Lives in North Carolina’s Wetlands?

Carnivorous Plants in North Carolina Wetlands

Types of Wetlands in North Carolina

Carolina Bays – What are they? How were they formed?


North Carolina’s Wonderful Wetlands – Benefits, Threats, Types, Plants, and Locations

Constructed wetlands for stormwater – featuring the Town of Edenton, NC constructed wetland

Place-Specific Videos – Wetlands and Widlife

Boone’s Cave County Park, Lexington, NC

Dismal Swamp State Park, South Mills, NC

Edenton constructed wetland, Edenton, NC

Fort Macon State Park, Atlantic Beach, NC

Goose Creek State Park, Washington, NC

Haw River State Park, Browns Summit, NC

Historic Yates Mill County Park, Raleigh, NC

Kitty Hawk Woods Coastal Reserve (wetlands), Kitty Hawk, NC

Kitty Hawk Woods Coastal Reserve (wildlife), Kitty Hawk, NC

Lake Waccamaw State Park, Lake Waccamaw, NC

Lumber River State Park, Wagram and Orrum, NC

Mattamuskeet National Wildlife Refuge, Swan Quarter, NC

Nags Head Woods Ecological Preserve, Nags Head, NC

Panthertown Valley Bog, Nantahala National Forest, Sapphire, NC

Pee Dee National Wildlife Refuge, Wadesboro, NC

Pettigrew State Park, Creswell, NC


Robertson Millpond Preserve, Wendell, NC

Singletary Lake State Park, Kelly, NC (southeastern NC)

Sturgeon City Environmental Education Center – restored wetlands, Jacksonville, NC

Theodore Roosevelt Natural Area, Pine Knoll Shores, NC