Archive for On

Wildlife in Appalachia

Posted in Save Appalachia with tags on January 18, 2008 by ezlnwv

Eons ago, an extraordinary combination of geological forces lifted, folded, grinded, and then disected what is now known as Central Appalachia, or Katuah to use the Cherokee title.  The resulting physiography was so rough and diverse that it became a hotbed for new species. Steep canyons isolated organisms that developed their own way. Continue reading