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Saint Aloysius Catholic

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Saint Aloysius Catholic School Students Become Creek Kids

Sport Fish Restoration

 
Mrs. Morrison educates Saint Aloysius  students about their watershed. Students learned what we do on land affects animals that live in water.
Biologist Moss discusses problems associated with silt in our creeks. Silt is mud. Mr. Moss also stated that young people who are introduced to nature at a young age tend to appreciate it as adults. Fishing is a great way to bond with nature.
A student sprays water on a watershed model that is covered with green kool aid and cocoa.  The Kool-aid represents fertilizer and the cocoa acts as mud. The water in the spray bottle represents rain. What do you think will happen?
   
Biologist Jackson assists a student with a seine.  
Snails and mussels were found in the creeks at Tannehill today. Today students enjoyed collecting and identifying fish at Tannehill.  This looks like a tricolor shiner.


Thanks for the great fun!
Mr. Maurice Jackson

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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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