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The Five Regions Of Georgia

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Details and Facts about the five Regions of Georiga: animals, plants, and loctions of each region.

Details and Facts about the five Regions of Georiga: animals, plants, and loctions of each region.

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  • 1. The Five Regions of Georgia Ridge & Valley, Appalachian, Blue Ridge, Piedmont, and Coastal Plainby Heather Robertson
  • 2. Days 1: Ridge and Valley Valley and Ridge Located in Northwest Georgia (GA)
  • 3. Ridge & Valley
    • The Ridge and Valley Region is located in the Northwest part of Georgia
    • Ridge and Valley are split into four parts--the Cumberland Plateau, the Chickamaunga Valley, the Armuchee Ridges, and the Great Valley.
    • Plants vary based on the area
    • Moisture(water in air and ground), the soil type, and elevation
  • 4. Ridge and Valley
    • Low open valleys and narrow ridges run parallel (side by side)
    • There are flat farmlands that have fields of grain, pastures of cows and orchards of apples
    • The valleys are divided by limestone capped ridges
    • Most of the land is covered with forest
  • 5. Wild Life
    • The Ridge and Valley is a great place for bird watchers. Birds include chestnut-sided warbler, worm-eating warbler, red-tailed hawk, cardinals and many other bird species.
    • Butterflies spotted in the Ridge and Valley are the Aphrodite fritillary and northern metalmark.
  • 6. Blue Ridge and Valley Wild Life
    • Mammals that are seen here are the deer, raccoon, opossum, striped bobcats, skunks, and a variety of other animals.
    • Many reptiles and amphibians live here as well including timber rattlesnakes and salamanders.
  • 7. Day 2: Appalachian Appalachian is located in the Northwestern Corner of Georgia (GA)
  • 8. Appalachian
    • The Appalachian Plateau is a mountainous region with many streams and rivers flowing through them.
    • The Appalachian Region is located in the Northwestern most corner of the state of GA.
    • It marks the beginning of the Appalachian trail.
  • 9. Appalachian
    • This region is mostly covered by Oak Forests: basswood, sugar, maple, tulip poplar, beech, birch, and hemlock .
    • Azaleas and mountain laurel are found on the ground
    • The forest brings in many tourists and helps support the wood industry which makes furniture and frames of homes
    • The soil in the Appalachian Region is clay based. The rocks that are found in this soil are limestone and clay rocks.
  • 10. Wild Life of the Appalachian Deer Eagle Spiders Toads and Frogs Heron Mule Druthers Turtles Foxes
  • 11. Day 3: Blue Ridge Blue Ridge is located in the Northeast Georgia (GA)
  • 12. Blue Ridge
    • The Blue Ridge Region is apart of the Appalachian Mountain Range. If you visited Blue Ridge the eye would mostly see the beautiful mountains. The Brasstown Bald Peak is 4, 784 Feet which is the highest point in GA.
  • 13. Plant Life in Blue Ridge Hickory Oak Dwarf Iris Starry Campion Cardinal Flower Witch Hazel Golden Rod
  • 14. Wild Life in the Blue Ridge Black bear Amphibians Songbirds White tail Deer grouse Raccoon
  • 15. Day 4 :Piedmont Piedmont is located in the central part of Georgia.
  • 16. Piedmont We live in the Piedmont! The capital of Georgia is located here: Atlanta . The Piedmont region stretches from Alabama to South Carolina The Piedmont ends at the fall line
  • 17. Wildlife Wild Turkey Bat Red Fox Mole The Piedmont is home to the Eastern Pipistrellus (Bat), Scalopus aquaticus (mole), and the Red Fox.
  • 18. Plant Life
    • The wetlands in the Piedmont hold water from many rivers.
    Loblolly Pine Black Walnut Cattails Sweetgum Riverbirch Hickory
  • 19. Day 5: Coastal Plain The Coastal Plains are located in the Southern part of Georgia.
  • 20. Coastal Plains
    • The Coastal Plains are divided into an upper and lower plains
    • Upper Part is the agricultural part
    • Lower is the coastal part with the Atlantic Ocean and the swamps
  • 21. Wild Life Raccoon Songbirds Bobcat Deer Wild Turkey Opossum Quail
  • 22. Endangered Species Red-cockaded Woodpecker Flatwoods Salamander Eastern Indigo Snake
  • 23. Coastal Animals Alligator Angel Fish Red-Throated Hummingbird Turtle Sea Turtle Over 150 Birds & many mammals
  • 24. Plant Life Loblolly Pine Oak Wax Myrtle Wire Grass Swamp
  • 25. THE END

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