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Is it a common five-lined skink or a southeastern five-lined skink?  Scientists look at scales on the tail to tell the difference.

White-tailed deer are common throughout much of rural Alabama and are an important economic resource.

Volunteer Nicole Morrison shows students around the museum.

Snakes are often well hidden on hot afternoons (Photo by Doug Darr).

Brown iron ore is one of the exhibits in the Tannehill museum.

Students enjoy the Creek Kids program.


Students learned more about watersheds and pollution with the Enviroscape.

This student is shaking out Kool-aid to simulate the application of fertilizer. Fertilizer not absorbed by plants can wash into streams.

Brenda Morrison explains what the simulation.

Most of the photos by Joseph Pierson.

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