After a break for the holidays, Dr. Louise's next Waggin' Walk is Saturday, January 17.
Happy Thanksgiving from the two-legged staff at Ijams.
|TN Naturalist @ Ijams class of 2014 at exposed outcropping of |
Chapman Ridge formation
|Chapman Ridge formation originally deposited roughly 450 million years ago.|
|Cave on boardwalk illustrates karst topography of caves and sinkholes|
|The geologic fold and faulting occurred roughly 250 million years ago|
|Chunk of crystalline limestone, part of the Holston Formation|
|Chunk of shale, part of the Ottosee Formation|
|At exposed section of Lenior Formation|
|Silty, crumbly limestone from the Lenior Formation|
|End of a long afternoon|
|Chester needs a morning outing|
|Lynne McCoy with baby squirrels.|
|Searching for animal tracks|
|Captain America and Catwoman join forces with forest pirate Red Squirrely |
to protect Ijams from Halloween tricksters
|Ijams Halloween treaters: slime making, story telling, milk shaking, monster crafting. |
Check out Jenny's pink feet. So, who knew?
Look Rock in the Smokies. Photo by Jimmy Tucker
Hawk's eye view
|Naturalists Josh and Deb with Argiope aurantia|