NC Wildlife Taking Alligator Survey; Asks for Public Help
If you’re in the southeastern US, you’ve probably seen an alligator. The NC Wildlife Resources Commission wants the public’s help in surveying the state for alligators. It’s kind of like the annual bird count, only with alligators! If you’ve spotted one, they’d like for you to snap a photo and send it to them by email to Alicia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Complete info is in the link below from Port City Daily. Just remember to photograph from a distance. Getting too close is dangerous. Even on land, alligators can outrun most people.