Eco Eyes

  • urban
  • Visited: 05/02/18
Created by: Annette Patterson (Monaleen N.S.)
Who participated:
  • 3rd Class

Eco Safari Description

Season of the visit: Spring

We left our classroom and headed for the school garden. There we observed many minibeasts such as ants, bees, snails and woodlice hiding under a rock. From there we explored the hedges around the school where we saw a caterpillar, beetles as well as plants like daisies and cleavers . We checked out the new vegetable garden and managed to spot a wren.

We were well-prepared for our eco safari by studying our targets beforehand in class. We now know a lot more about plants like daisies and sticklebacks. We collected daisies that were all white and ones that had pink tips on their ray florets.

Eco Safari Distance

  1. N/A
  2. 0-0.25 km
  3. 0.25-0.5 km
  4. 0.5-0.75 km
  5. 1 km+

Eco Safari Difficulty



  • 0-15 mins.



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Did you know?

The robin is one of our best known birds with their distinctive red breast, both male and female look similar, however young Robins do not have a red breast.

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Feeding our urban birds during the winter helps these birds to survive and also allows us to see these wonderful creatures up close.

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