National Wildlife Refuge will include two-acre golf course
Hiawathas are native to the Appalachian Mountains of eastern North Carolina, but they’re also known for being a popular recreational and wildlife destination.
In recent years, the refuge has gained national attention for plans to add a two-year course to the scenic site of Hiawa.
The refuge, which will be called Hiawuas Golf Course and open in 2018, will have a course that includes a three-hole par 4 course, a two stroke par 5, a three hole par 5 and a par 4 tee.
It will also include two other courses, the Hiawas Golf Course in the Catskills and the Hiahuas Golf Club in the mountains of eastern Virginia.
“The Hiawidas Golf course is one of our most popular recreational facilities,” said Andy Brown, a wildlife ecologist with the state’s Department of Environmental Quality.
“It is a place where people come for a long time and people come to have fun, and there’s a lot of wildlife and a lot to do there.”
The Hiahwatha Golf Course will be the first course to open in the HIAWATHAS FALLEN BOWL course.
It was established in 2016 by the Appalachian Mountain Club, a group of about 300 golf clubs and a national association that promotes the sport of golf.
It has also hosted a number of professional tournaments, including the 2018 National Championship, which took place last weekend at Hiawalas Golf Courses, in the nearby Hiawoas Mountains.
“I think that this is a great thing for the state,” said Bruce Thompson, a member of the National Wildlife Federation’s board of directors.
“Hiawaths is an iconic place in the state, and it’s an iconic golf course.”
The refuge also plans to establish an area for boating, golf and fishing, as well as for hiking and bird watching.
The Hiasaws Golf Course is part of the Appalachian National Scenic Reserve, which includes the Appalachian Trail and the Appalachian Plateau Wilderness.
The Appalachian Trail was designated a national monument in 1966 and is a national landmark in the U.S.
A map of the Hiasawas Golfcourse and surrounding area.
The state’s wildlife management plan includes an additional two acres of golf course land.
It also includes an 8,000-acre recreation area on the Eastern Shore, as a part of a larger plan to protect wildlife habitat in the region.
In addition, the plan also calls for the creation of a wildlife refuge at Hiahwa Lakes in Hiawanas County.
Hiawas, which means “mountain” in the Cherokee language, is a name for the eastern part of North Carolina.
The name Hiaweas comes from the Hiyawa tribe of the Cherokee Nation, which first settled in the area in the late 1700s.