Presentation on theme: "Georgia's Mountain Habitat By: Emily Gibson. Georgia's Mountain Habitat Georgia has two mountain regions: The Blue Ridge region and the Appalachian Plateau."— Presentation transcript:
Georgia's Mountain Habitat By: Emily Gibson
Georgia's Mountain Habitat Georgia has two mountain regions: The Blue Ridge region and the Appalachian Plateau region.
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!
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.
Georgia's Mountain Terrain Lush forest Rocky Soil Cold and Windy Grassy Animal Filled Moist near base Soil changes at elevation
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!
Thats all for now while I hibernate. See you next summer! BYE!