Category Archives: What is it?
Georgia is host to over 300 species of wildflowers. In our forests you will find flowers everywhere you look. While flowers can be found in the spring, summer, and fall, summer flowers are everywhere. Here is a sampling of flowers I … Continue reading
Crawfish, Crayfish, Crawdad, or Mud Bug If you were a child growing up in the south anywhere near creeks, streams, or backwaters you probably encountered these strange looking water creatures that were reminiscent of minature lobsters. We called them … Continue reading
This time of the year our forest are peppered with a large weed with dark red or almost black berries. Frequently I am asked if they are edible. The general answer is no, they are poisonous. Birds do eat … Continue reading
We have all heard the expression “Don’t stir up a hornets nest!” There are good reasons. Hornet’s Nests are found throughout our region of Georgia and South Carolina. They may may seem harmless enough at a distance but they … Continue reading