A Tour of Georgia. Created for Gwinnett County Public Schools. Any time you see the Georgia State Flag in the top right corner of the page, click on the mouse one time. Let’s try it now!. Good job! Now, let’s begin the show. Look for the flag!.
A Tour of Georgia
Created for Gwinnett County Public Schools
Good job! Now, let’s begin the show. Look for the flag!
Now I will begin my journey to the Atlantic Ocean.
You should come with me!
Hey there! I’m Drip!
I just fell to the ground with millions of my brothers and sisters.
We can start right here, in the Blue Ridge Mountains!
The Mountain Region is in the northern part of Georgia.
My job in this region is to provide water to all types of different plants and animals.
Some of the animals include the Black Bear,
and the Great Horned Owl.
the Whitetail Deer,
the Red Fox,
This is also where you will find Atlanta, our state capital.
Our next stop is the Piedmont Region.
You live here, in Gwinnett County.
Animals in this region include the Honeybee,
and our state bird, the Brown Thrasher.
the Copperhead Snake,
Both, the Piedmont and the Mountain Regions have similar plant life.
and the Sensitive Fern.
These include the Georgia Pine,
the Dogwood Tree,
the Maple Tree,
Now we will travel to the southern part of the state to the Coastal Plain Region.
Georgia’s coast has sandy soil and many different plants and animals!
Animals include the Fiddler Crab
Plants include the Live Oak
and Spanish Moss.
and the Blue Heron.
Within the Coastal Plain Region is the Swamp and Marsh Region.
The most famous swamp in Georgia is the Okefenokee Swamp.
and Water Lilies.
The swamp has many interesting plants and animals that are not found in other habitats…
Our last stop is in the Atlantic Ocean.
I made it!
The Atlantic Ocean is filled with amazing creatures that can be found nowhere else in Georgia!
and our state marine mammal, the beautiful Right Whale.
These include the Loggerhead Sea Turtle,
the Horseshoe Crab,
Wow, I’ve traveled from the Mountain Region
to the Piedmont Region
and ended my journey in the Atlantic Ocean.
to the Coastal Plain
and the Swamp,
I hope you have enjoyed your trip, and I’ll be seeing you around!