Georgia’s Mountain Habitat

Report
Georgia’s
Coastal Plain Habitat
How do the habitats of Georgia impact
the organisms that live there?
Where is the Coastal Plain of Georgia?
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Coastal Plains
The coastal plain is the low, flat area.
The coastal plain goes from the fall
line to the Atlantic Ocean
Long, long ago it used to be a sea
floor.
It’s sandy soil makes it ideal for
farming.
Characteristics of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Georgia’s coastal plain is a very wide and flat area.
Characteristics of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
The coastal plain is ideal for farming. Peanuts, cotton, peaches, and Vidalia
onions are popular crops.
Mammals of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Big Brown Bat
Southern Flying Squirrel
Wild Pig
Gray Fox
Gray Fox
Nine-Band Armadillo
Amphibians of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Bird-Voiced Treefrog
Two-Toed Amphiuma
Oak Toad
Southern Toad
Southern Chorus Treefrog
Fish of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Paddlefish
Channel Fish
Spotted Gar
Bowfin
Birds of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Hooded Merganser
Black
Vulture
House
Finch
Chimney Swift
Henslow’s Sparrow
Red Shouldered Hawk
Reptiles of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Eastern Racer
Slender Glass Lizard
Gopher Tortoise
Rat Snake
Trees of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Hickory
Green Ash
American Yellowwood
Shortleaf Pine
Sugar Berry
Sweet Gum
Shrubs of Georgia’s Coastal Plain
Fetterbush
Dwarf Fothergilla
Adam’s Needle
Winged Sumac
American Beautyberry
Saw Palmetto

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