Eagle-eyed Sheffield pupils take part in the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey

Eagle-eyed Sheffield pupils take part in the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey
 

Blackbirds and robins are at the top of the checklist for school children as the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey begins.
Hundreds of Sheffield pupils are taking place in the RSPB Big Schools Birdwatch, which runs until February 23.
It involves children spending an hour watching and counting the birds that visit the outdoor space around their school, before sending the results to the RSPB.
Emma Reed, RSPB Education, Families and Youth manager in Northern England, said: “Taking part in Big Schools Birdwatch uses just one lesson or lunchtime so it’s really fun and simple to set up,... read more

 
8 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 29
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