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Carnagill School

Thursday, May 6th 2010

Carnagill School brought 55 children today!

Pupils from Carnagill School

Among other things they learned about habitats and mini-beasts. They did some pond-dipping, bird observation and then everyone was a plant detective and hunted for flowers.

Elizabeth helped out all day and found a Palmate Newt during the pond-dipping session.

Palmate Newt

Mike and Tony came to volunteer and painted more of our waymarker posts.

This Common Water Crowfoot is in bloom on the wetland area. It is in at least three of the ponds up there and is a pleasure to see.

Common Water Crowfoot

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