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Corner Elementary School in Warrior Enjoys Creek Kid Program at Tannehill on April 20, 2010

Sport Fish Restoration


Biologists use a backpack shocker to collect stream fish.


Stunned fish are collected in a seine.


Alabama darters and a speckled darter were collected in the seine.


From the bridge, students watch the biologists collect fish.


Mr. Jackson prepares students to look for aquatic insects, snails, mussels and worms.


Some students check to make sure they don't already have invertebrates in the plate.


A student finds an invertebrate.

 


This outdoorsman knows where to look.


Creek Kids have viewer that can look at the top and bottom of the organism.


Students are busy collecting invertebrates.


This blast furnace made pig iron during the Civil War using slave labor.

Thanks for being CREEK KIDS!
Mr. Doug Darr
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Let's Go Fishing!

Where?

How?

 

Take someone fishing with you
and make a friend for life.

Anglers may purchase a lifetime fishing or hunting license.  Receive a discount if purchased by age 11.


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