https://youtu.be/ZLpGFvKSF2o This month, learn more about fuel, fire behavior and burn results as Ben Grunwald gives us a tour of a flatwoods burn with one of our partners, The Nature Conservancy.
Headwater stream flowing from a seepage slope – Houston Chandler On a recent trip to Georgia, I found myself exploring the mucky edges of a seepage swamp, searching for salamanders in a part of the Coastal Plain where they are often difficult to find. Compared to the rocky streams and deciduous forests of the Appalachian […]
Throughout much of the United States, Box Turtles are the turtle people are most familiar with. As a completely terrestrial species that can live in and around residential developments, people have a chance to see them throughout the entire warm season, not just in the spring when aquatic turtles venture onto land to lay eggs, […]
This February brought lots of rain to the Southeast, creating ideal conditions for a very secretive and imperiled amphibian. Join Ben as he takes advantage of the weather to try and document this dwindling species in one of its last strongholds in the state.
https://youtu.be/Ydk_xRWZhvU What are pyrophytic plants? What is a mosaic burn? Learn more this month on Lighting a Match as Ben Grunwald, Land Management Technician and Burn Crew Lead for the Orianne Society, takes us inside one of our recent burns!