Local Routes – Episode 318


Many creatures and plants live in the Apalachicola National Forest. Not only do we learn more about this home of the Eastern Diamond Backed Rattler, we discover efforts to bring back the striped newt to the forest’s wetlands. Plus, we discover the work and reward of worm harvesting (also known as worm grunting). And explore the carnivorous plants in the forest that consume a variety of insects.

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