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  • Adaptations Presented by FSGA Forestry Department
  • Presented by:
    • Jamaal Jermaine Javier Marcus Jayla Samari Shalese Angie
    • Montre Kristine Tamia Isaiah
    • Mia Derrick Samuel Lelia
    • 3 rd grade FLE Hinesville, GA
  • FSGA Field Trip
    • The Fort Stewart Forestry Department brought a “field trip” to the Frank Long Elementary 3 rd grade. We learned about habitats and different animals found in our area. We also were able to touch a live alligator and a gopher tortoise. We ended the field trip with a walk on our nature path. The forestry men were our guides and they pointed out many different things along the way. We had a lot of fun!
    • This presentation shows the highlights of our field trip.
    • We learned that
    • snakes shed their
    • skins. They do this
    • because they grow
    • out of their skin
    • and need a new
    • one.
    This shows the snakes rattle…. This snake skin is about 10 feet long
    • Alligators can be found in many different places in…the swamp, marsh, lakes and ponds.
    We got to touch a live alligator. Look carefully to see the baby alligator.
    • Alligators can grow quite large. This “guy” was found on Fort Stewart.
  • These are pictures of tortoises that live on Ft. Stewart. The one on the top left is a shell that was found on FSGA. The instructor was showing us how he gets the tortoises to come out of their shells.
  • We were given the chance to touch the gopher tortoise. Mrs. Turner poses with the gopher tortoise. This particular tortoise is a resident at the FSGA Forestry Department.
  • Animal skulls found on FSGA This is a bird house and a snake skin These are specimens that were found on Ft. Stewart.
  • Butterflies, Grasshoppers, Bugs and a Dragonfly
  • Listening and learning
  • Credits
    • Fort Stewart Forestry Department
    • Microsoft Power Point