This year we haven't been able to go on many field trips due to a number of reasons that I won't go in to now. But today we did and it happened to be the last trip for our support group for the school year. We visited Smithgall Woods for a beaver talk and salamander catch.
The kids had a blast catching salamanders in the creek. Grace caught three. We learned that Georgia has the most species of salamanders - 51 - in the United States and that the Southeastern United States has the most species in the world.
It was great to see some of the group members and hang out. The talks were very informative and the kids really had a great time.