Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Uwharrie Part 1

We had a wonderful vacation to Emerald Isle, NC last week. On the way there, we stopped to camp at Uwharrie National Forest. There are campsites you can pay for or you can just find a spot in the woods and camp for free. We took the free option and found a pretty place next to a creek, where the kids got right to work catching critters.
Southern Cricket Frog
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Green Anole
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A lesson in surface tension
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Flat-backed Millipede
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Christmas Fern
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Sessile Bellwort
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