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My Flint River Reflection

I have had a great time working on the flint river. It has been a once in a lifetime experience. I hope that it won't actually be a once in a lifetime experience though. This has definitely been a worth while experience, in which I have learned much about the community and wildlife that I live in. I've been able to do water testing, kayaking, search for critters, and observe the wild flora of the region. I hope that I will be able to re-live this experience next year, to revisit the fun that I… Continue

Posted on May 15, 2009 at 10:56am


Yesterday my group was fortunate enough to travel to the Flint River with Mrs. Betty. We got to ride on her mule most of the time due to her being tired. On the trail along the river, we stopped many times to identify trees, flowers, and other indigenous plants. Each of us in the mule had a tree guide to identify distinct trees. We learned easy ways to tell the difference between red and white oaks by certain leave shapes and the bark texture. There were also other trees that we learned many… Continue

Posted on May 15, 2009 at 8:50am

Bugs and Awesome Stuff.

Today, my group went to Mrs. Linda Morgan's to go into the river. We went to an inlet on the river, where the current wasn't very strong. This would be a great place to find the micro-invertebrates that we were searching for. We started down stream, then worked our way up the river bank, flipping over rocks, looking for micro invertebrates. It was very interesting when we found new creatures. We worked our way up the river, and found… Continue

Posted on May 13, 2009 at 2:00pm

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