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Prints were about 4 inches long and 3 inches wide so I am guessing the gator lurching around that area is pretty big. Oceanmama, I think it would scare me, too, having one that close to home. I guess you really have to pay attention to where you are walking. This morning my grandchildren and I saw an alligator in the pond behind our house in Ocean Ridge Plantation in Ocean Isle Beach, NC (off RT 17 at about the 7.5 mile marker). We've lived here about 13 years and see a gator once or twice a year in the pond. They scare the beegeebees out of me. 5/31/12. Great lake-Croatian forest-jones county nc-kayaked alongside a 6 footer, Claude f . Back in 2004 after moving here, I photographed a 10 footer cruising down the middle of Brices Creek, near New Bern, NC, that caused a small uproar. It turned out most locals hadn't ever seen one and some didn't want me passing my photos around, might hurt tourism. I've seen one since then and my neighbor saw another one. I've never heard of a gator attack on a human in NC.
I think the wildlife folks in the area should post warning signs where aligators are known to be. Saw a Gator in small pond in Clayton yesterday. I took my lure. 2,000 estimated to be left in the US " south florida " . 12 footer used to hang around the navy ships every day in mayport florida " jacksonville " , and i've seen them at the beaches there and even around cape canveral when i lived there . The laws protecting NC alligators is not stupid, what is your excuse. I was walking my large black lab in Indigo Plantation, Southport, NC,when a lady stopped to tell me that a six foot gator lives in the drainage ditch right beside the home that my family are renting. She said that he comes out in March. The drainage ditch is maby 60 feet from our front door. A lot of people walk their dogs along that street.
NO attacks reported yet but I dont want my 150 pound black lab to be the first or worst one of my family members. I understand that we can not kill them but doesn't everyone have the right to pertect themselves and their pets if they are attacted? 80's. and that was in sampson co. n.c, just the mountion lion is still in n.c. I've taken hundreds of photos "in the wild" of NC alligators in the Jacksonville and Wilmington area. They're there if you look for them. Be careful and keep a safe distance as they can move extremely fast. Earlier this week I was driving West on I-40 between Exits 408 and 398 (near Burgaw, NC) and I could have sworn I saw a 5-6 foot alligator sunning him/herself in the grass along the highway. It was rather chilly that day (low 40's?) but the late afternoon sun was very bright.
Could I really have seen a gator in that temp or was it my imagination? In a quick internet search I learned alligators stay in their burrows when temps get below 75 degrees. Like turtles, when we get a warm spell them come back out. I'd like to know where do the N.C. I know they dig dens but what happens when it snows? Alligators will never be able to extend their range far beyond NC, because the weather is just too cold. A good place to see 'gators is the Green Swamp area, near Supply, NC. Saw a ten footer there, on Juniper Creek, while we were checking reports of ivory billed woodpeckers. The Wildlife Commission needs to stop protecting gators, next they will be headed north to NY. We take our kids every year to the lake near Ortons Plantation when vacationing at Oak Island to check on our friends.