2 Georgia's Mountain Habitat Georgia has two mountain regions: The Blue Ridge region and the Appalachian Plateau region.
3 Georgia's Mountain Animals Lots of animals live in Georgia mountain areas. Here are some:White-tail deer, squirrels, Bobcats,Wild turkeys , bats, trout, Black Bear, small rodents, wild pigs, mountain lions, Eastern Cottontail Rabbits, Red Fox, River Otters, Largemouth Bass, Bald Eagles, Great Horned Owls, and Black Vultures!
4 Georgia's Mountain Plants Georgia's mountains hold many plants. Some of them are: Azaleas, Cherokee Roses, Apple Trees, Dogwood Trees, Live Oaks, Pines, Sweetgums, and Mountain Laurel.
5 Georgia's Mountain Terrain Lush forestRocky SoilCold and WindyGrassyAnimal FilledMoist near baseSoil changes at elevation
6 Georgia's Mountain Scenery Brasstown Bald is the highest point in Georgia! The view is beautiful! Also, you can start the Appalachain Trail all the way up to Maine!
7 Thats all for now while I hibernate. See you next summer! BYE!