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Research Coordinator In Biology
Davidson College Herpetology Lab
Wake Forest University
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's "Wildlife Links" program financed the study, which took place in and around Charlotte, N.C.
Two of the primary golf courses that participated in the study were Northstone Country Club in Huntersville, N.C., and River Run Country Club in Davidson, N.C.
Price discovered that golf course ponds provide an important habitat for turtles, in some cases a better habitat than ponds on farms or in parks.
Turtles Flourishing in Golf Course Ponds | Global Water Fund
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