Adams County is a strange place when it comes to Ohio; it's got many unique characteristics when it comes to ecosystems and other ecological aspects. It's part of the Bluegrass Region, a region that's mostly in Kentucky. It has pocket prairies, it has cedar barrens, and so on. All of this results in a lot of rare and uncommon plants.
Since there's so much to offer, there's going to be more posts to come on some of the things I found. This post is sort of an overview. The next one will be on some of the wildflowers and will come out either this weekend or some time next week. The last one will be over some of the insects and arachnids I came across. Stay tuned in!