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🌲georgiaforestwatch🌲  Working to preserve, protect, and restore Georgia's National Forests. Photos by Forest Ecologist Jess Riddle and Sue Harmon.


Jess found these ice funnels in High Shoals Mountain Treasure area. No idea how they formed. Any guesses?

Our contribution to the plethora of frozen waterfall pix this week was taken by member Dietrich Hoecht at Denton Creek Falls.

Happy New Year to all!

Back to Georgia's Mountain Treasures! The Middle Fork of the Broad River is one of the best places to see Chalk Maples, a close kin to New England's Sugar Maples.  Although certainly not a rare tree in Georgia, we only see them on the edges of our mountain areas and they are a treat to behold.  And can you believe that mountain laurel was blooming in early November?

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30 years of boots on the ground...
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Textures on a Burgess Mountain ramble.

"Happy Halloween!" from the frosty web of a forest spider.

A dripping drizzle​ of an end to an informative, gastronomically awesome ForestWatch Retreat weekend. Thanks to the many helping hands!

Along Jasus Creek this black birch is growing, perched as usual, on the rocky slopes. These steep slopes may have sheltered trees from some of the winds of Hurricane Irma, but thin, saturated soils didn't give them much to hold on to.

Still exploring the Chattahoochee headwaters and not surprised to find snakeskin liverwort, one of our most common liverworts, growing on seepy rocks along the creek's edge or even in the middle of the stream, thanks to the shade cover. Of course, the mosses love it here, too.

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