Habitats of Georgia 2 Science Box Contents

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Specimens
Common GA Insects Tree Cookies
Longleaf Pine Cone Loblolly Pine Cone
White Pine Cone Skunk Skull
Raccoon Skull Fox Skull
Beaver Skull Skunk Skin
Raccoon Skin Beaver Skin
Deer Jaw Alligator Head
Alligator Foot Mouse Skull
Cedar Waxwing Bird Birds Nest w/ eggs (Carolina Wren)
Great Horned Owl Foot Corn Snake Skin
Spider Crab Horseshoe Crab
Blue Crab Sand Dollar
Giant Atlantic Cockle Knobbed Whelk x2
Channeled Whelk Lightning Whelk
Disk Dosnia Coquina x8
Moon Snail Turtle
Lampmussel N/A Asiatic Clam N/A
Pistol Grip Mussel Shell N/A Lance Mussel Shell N/A
Altahama Mussel Shell N/A Cricket Frog
Chorus Frog Squid N/A
Flounder N/A Anchovie N/A
Mountain Fish N/A Mountain Crayfish
Coastal Plain Crayfish Piedmont Crayfish
Sargassum Railroad Vine
Sea Oats Smooth Cordgrass
Sea Oxeye Live Oak
Spanish Moss Saw Palmetto
Sparkleberry American Holly
Loblolly Pine Red Cedar
White Oak Southern Red Oak
Post Oak Sweetgum
Yellow Poplar Mockernut Hickory
Black Cherry Southern Sugar Maple
Scarlet Oak Northern Red Oak
Clubmoss Rhododendron
Mountain Laurel Sourwood
Red Maple Sea Oxeye
Live Oak Spanish Moss
Saw Palmetto Sparkleberry
American Holly Loblolly Pine
Red Cedar White Oak
Southern Red Oak Post Oak
Sweetgum Yellow Poplar
Mockernut Hickory Black Cherry
Southern Sugar Maple Scarlet Oak
Northern red oak Clubmoss
Rhododendron Mountain Laurel
Sourwood Red Maple

Books
Trees of Georgia Eyewitness Book: Tree
Eastern Trees Guide First Guide to Trees
First Guide To Wildflowers Guide to a Barrier Island
Turtle at Long Pond Flutes Journey
Once There Was a Tree End. Animals & Plants GA
Bird Songs The Curious Naturalist
Who Really Killed Cock Robin The Lorax
First Guide Urban Wildlife Forests Coloring Book

Miscellaneous
Crayfish of Georgia Track Molds
Celebrating 25 Years DVD N/A Into the Forest Game
GMNH Educational Guide

Activities

AudioVisual
Eyewitness: Tree Eyewitness: Ponds & Rivers
Remnants of a Forest The Edge of Extinction

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