After lunch the children took part in two activities. The first activity was 'dyke dipping' which saw the children discover a wide range of invertebrates in an interesting habitat. For many the highlight was finding a caddis fly lavae which have the ability to camouflage themselves with stones, leaves and shells.
This was then followed by a nature walk which saw the children explore the following habitats: wet woodland, dry woodland and a grazing woodland.
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