Snape Primary School

Friday, June 26th 2009

7 children from Snape Primary School came to hunt for mini-beasts and do some pond-dipping. Elizabeth came to help and we found all sorts of creatures including toads, frogs, ground beetles, mayflies, spiders, water boatmen and tadpoles. Everyone had a great time in the sunny weather.

children from Snape Primary School


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