4 This region is the smallest region in Georgia. Appalachian PlateauThis region is the smallest region in Georgia.This mountain region is found in extreme northwestern Georgia.It is the mountainous region with many rivers and streams flowing through them.
5 Appalachian Plateau It marks the beginning of the Appalachian Trail. Forests cover the most of the region
6 Appalachian Plateau Water Animals Brown troutRiver OttersAmerican ToadThis frog prefers to be in rocky, mountainous places, but you can find it in lots of other habitats too!
7 Appalachian Land Animals Black BearBobcatEastern Cottontail RabbitMountain Lions
8 Plants of the Appalachian Plateau Plants includeMaple treesBirch trees,Beech trees,Hemlock treesand Appalachian Oak trees.
10 Valley and RidgeThis region occupies most of the northwestern Georgia.Low open valleys and narrow ridges run parallel and has lots of waterfalls.Most of the land is covered with forests.
11 Valley and Ridge Land Animals Red FoxBobcatEastern Cottontail RabbitMountain Lions
12 Valley and Ridge Water Animals Brown troutRiver OttersAmerican ToadThis frog prefers to be in rocky, mountainous places, but you can find it in lots of other habitats too!
13 Valley and RidgeFamous Landmark - Amicalola Falls- which means “tumbling waters.”It is state’s highest fall with a total drop of 729 feet.Amicalola Falls are in Amicalola State Park, one of Georgia’s most popular state parks.
20 Georgia Piedmont Habitat The Georgia Piedmont is between the mountains and the plains.Known for weathered and nutrient poor soil.
21 Piedmont Habitat Land Animals The white tailed deer is the smallest deer in North America!RaccoonThese nocturnal animals are found in urban, suburban, and rural habitats.They are also found from the mountains to the coast!This is the Red Fox.It hunts alone or in small family groups!
22 Piedmont Water Animals ReptilesSnakes, frogs, and lizardsBecause they are reptiles, they like to be near water!Cottonmouth – water moccasin
27 Coastal Plains Habitat The coastal habitat is the southeastern portion of the Coastal Plains region of Georgia. It is the coastline that separates the plains from the sea.You can see the coastal habitat in the picture below.
28 Coastal Plains PlantsGrasslandsWire GrassA variety of plants
29 Coastal Plains TreesSpanish moss on a Live Oak tree