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Piedmont/Mtn Habitat

Piedmont/Mtn key information

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What kind of clay is found in the Piedmont? red clay
What kind of hills are found in the Piedmont? rolling hills
What is found in the Piedmont when mining? quartz, granite, marble
Where does the fall line form in the Piedmont region? southern border
What kind of animals are found in the Piedmont? birds, deer, squirrels raccoons, opossums, river otters
What is our nation's bird? bald eagle
Why are animals moving to suburban areas and neighborhoods from the Piedmont? Their homes and trees are being cut down for land development to build homes and businesses.
How does a bird's eyesight help them with their prey in the Piedmont? They are able to see their prey from far away.
How does a bird's sharp, curved beak help them with their prey in the Piedmont? They are able to rip and tear the meat.
What kinds of plants are found in the Piedmont? oak, hickory, and pine
What kind of mountains are found in the Mountain region? mountains with high elevations
What is the highest point in Georgia? Brasstown Bald
What did the Cherokee call the highest point in Georgia? Enotah
What mountain ranges are found in the Georgia mountain region? Blue Ridge and Appalachian
What can be found in the Georgia mountain area? old rocks
What kind of animals can be found in the Mountain region? fish, bobcats, gray foxes, beavers, woodchucks, birds
How does a bird's curved beak help them in the Mountain region? They are able to find seeds and insects in the forest.
How does a bird's short claws help them in the Mountain region? They help them grip and rest on tree branches.
What kind of bears live in the Mountain region? black bears
Where else are black bears found? Georgia's Swamp and Marsh habitat
How many species of salamanders are found in the Mountain region? over 27, more than any place in the world
What kind of plants are found in the Mountain region? basswood, tulip poplar, hemlock, magnolia, dogwood, redbud, wildflowers
What forest in the Mountain region has a upper story and understory? Cove Forests
What is found in the upper story in the Mountain region of the Cove Forest? basswood, tulip poplar, maples, and hemlock
What is found in the understory of the Mountain region of the Cove Forest? small trees, magnolia, dogwood, and redbud
What covers the forest floor in the spring in the Mountain region? wild flowers
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