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Dec 8 Snow Science Program & Hike A snowstorm is more than just a welcome excuse to stay home from school & work. Is every snowflake really unique? What color is snow (it's not as obvious as you think!). From the geometry of individual snowflakes ...

Nov 10: Amphibians in Winter Where do the frogs and other amphibians go in the winter? Do they just die or somehow survive the cold? Preserve educators will have ongoing presentations all day on the topic.    The Preserve will be open&nb...

Live bat program this Saturday Beneficial Bats Program At Preserve Bats get a bad rap because there are so many scary myths about them. But bats, the only flying mammals, are actually very beneficial to humans: they are lean, mean, bug eating ...

Tree Identification Using Mushrooms Did you know that mushrooms can be picky eaters? Some mushrooms are so finely tuned that they grow only on certain species of tree. So when you are walking through the woods, if you know what kind of tree a mushr...

August 11 Scavenger Hunt! Everyone loves a scavenger hunt! With the theme of Georgia on My Mind all scavenger hunt items will relate to Georgia s native animals and plants  with clues left on the trail to help you along. Answer all the clues a...

Native Bees Program & Hike July 14, 10 am - 5 pm When you think bees, you think hives, but not all bees live in communities. The majority of Georgia s 500 species of native bees are loners and use a method of pollination that honey bees are unable...

Pond Critters Program & Hike June 9 What happens under the silvery surface of your favorite pond, lake or river? It s a hidden world of wonder with plenty of life we can see (fish, frogs, etc) but also plenty that s harder to see. Learn about tiny...

Not all invaders are from OUTER space!! May 12 Program & Hike: Invaders from Other Places! What happens when plants from outside Georgia or even outside the U.S. take up residence in our land? Learn about the impact of invasive plant species o...

Atlanta Coyote Project April 14, 2018 Coyote sightings are now commonplace in Georgia, even in large cities. The Atlanta Coyote Project is devoted to learning more about coyotes living within the metro Atlanta area. Whether you are captivated, con...

Georgia's Climate Story  March 10, 2018 Fifty million years ago, Earth was so warm that the Arctic hosted alligators and lush forests. Though Georgia never saw glaciers, the cycles of advancing and retreating continental ice sheets have profo...



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Dec 8 Snow Science Program & Hike A snowstorm is more than just a welcome excuse to stay home from school & work. Is every snowflake really unique? What color is snow (it's not as obvious as you think!). From the geometry of individual snowflakes ...

Nov 10: Amphibians in Winter Where do the frogs and other amphibians go in the winter? Do they just die or somehow survive the cold? Preserve educators will have ongoing presentations all day on the topic.    The Preserve will be open&nb...

Live bat program this Saturday Beneficial Bats Program At Preserve Bats get a bad rap because there are so many scary myths about them. But bats, the only flying mammals, are actually very beneficial to humans: they are lean, mean, bug eating ...

Tree Identification Using Mushrooms Did you know that mushrooms can be picky eaters? Some mushrooms are so finely tuned that they grow only on certain species of tree. So when you are walking through the woods, if you know what kind of tree a mushr...

August 11 Scavenger Hunt! Everyone loves a scavenger hunt! With the theme of Georgia on My Mind all scavenger hunt items will relate to Georgia s native animals and plants  with clues left on the trail to help you along. Answer all the clues a...

Native Bees Program & Hike July 14, 10 am - 5 pm When you think bees, you think hives, but not all bees live in communities. The majority of Georgia s 500 species of native bees are loners and use a method of pollination that honey bees are unable...

Pond Critters Program & Hike June 9 What happens under the silvery surface of your favorite pond, lake or river? It s a hidden world of wonder with plenty of life we can see (fish, frogs, etc) but also plenty that s harder to see. Learn about tiny...

Not all invaders are from OUTER space!! May 12 Program & Hike: Invaders from Other Places! What happens when plants from outside Georgia or even outside the U.S. take up residence in our land? Learn about the impact of invasive plant species o...

Atlanta Coyote Project April 14, 2018 Coyote sightings are now commonplace in Georgia, even in large cities. The Atlanta Coyote Project is devoted to learning more about coyotes living within the metro Atlanta area. Whether you are captivated, con...

Georgia's Climate Story  March 10, 2018 Fifty million years ago, Earth was so warm that the Arctic hosted alligators and lush forests. Though Georgia never saw glaciers, the cycles of advancing and retreating continental ice sheets have profo...



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Dec 8 Snow Science Program & Hike A snowstorm is more than just a welcome excuse to stay home from school & work. Is every snowflake really unique? What color is snow (it's not as obvious as you think!). From the geometry of individual snowflakes ...

Nov 10: Amphibians in Winter Where do the frogs and other amphibians go in the winter? Do they just die or somehow survive the cold? Preserve educators will have ongoing presentations all day on the topic.    The Preserve will be open&nb...

Live bat program this Saturday Beneficial Bats Program At Preserve Bats get a bad rap because there are so many scary myths about them. But bats, the only flying mammals, are actually very beneficial to humans: they are lean, mean, bug eating ...

Tree Identification Using Mushrooms Did you know that mushrooms can be picky eaters? Some mushrooms are so finely tuned that they grow only on certain species of tree. So when you are walking through the woods, if you know what kind of tree a mushr...

August 11 Scavenger Hunt! Everyone loves a scavenger hunt! With the theme of Georgia on My Mind all scavenger hunt items will relate to Georgia s native animals and plants  with clues left on the trail to help you along. Answer all the clues a...

Native Bees Program & Hike July 14, 10 am - 5 pm When you think bees, you think hives, but not all bees live in communities. The majority of Georgia s 500 species of native bees are loners and use a method of pollination that honey bees are unable...

Pond Critters Program & Hike June 9 What happens under the silvery surface of your favorite pond, lake or river? It s a hidden world of wonder with plenty of life we can see (fish, frogs, etc) but also plenty that s harder to see. Learn about tiny...

Not all invaders are from OUTER space!! May 12 Program & Hike: Invaders from Other Places! What happens when plants from outside Georgia or even outside the U.S. take up residence in our land? Learn about the impact of invasive plant species o...

Atlanta Coyote Project April 14, 2018 Coyote sightings are now commonplace in Georgia, even in large cities. The Atlanta Coyote Project is devoted to learning more about coyotes living within the metro Atlanta area. Whether you are captivated, con...

Georgia's Climate Story  March 10, 2018 Fifty million years ago, Earth was so warm that the Arctic hosted alligators and lush forests. Though Georgia never saw glaciers, the cycles of advancing and retreating continental ice sheets have profo...



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Pettit Environmental Preserve
Name:Pettit Environmental Preserve
Web:www.pettitpreserve.org
Address:End of Vineyard Rd, off Douthit Bridge Rd & Hwy 61, Cartersville, GA 30120 United States
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