Saturday, April 9, 2011

Students present their Macoun Marsh work at the Canadian Museum of Nature (Ottawa, Canada)

Today a group of Grade 6-7 students from St-Laurent Academy in Ottawa presented their Macoun Marsh research at a public venue in the Canadian Museum of Nature.  They displayed their journal work and research and prepared samples of pond water to show visiting families.

Fresh pond samples were prepared by youth.

Painted turtles are now emerging from the marsh.

Male red-wings are setting up their territories.

Blue-spotted salamanders are starting to emerge from the soil.  They prefer very wet days.  

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