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Prattville High School Students in Ms. Boyd's Classes Visit Lanark in April 2012

Sport Fish Restoration

PHS student carries two channel catfish.
Prattville High School students search for aquatic insects and seine for catfish at Lanark on April 24, 2012.
PHS students visit Lanark with Amy Boyd
On April 30
, many terrestrial animals were found around the aquatic habitats.  Terrestrial animals benefit from the productivity of aquatic habitats.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
Prattville students looked for aquatic invertebrates on the edge of Lanark's pond.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
April 30 was a great day to be outside.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
Patience is needed to look for aquatic invertebrates.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
What type of skink is this?
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
Observation is the first stage of collecting.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
Ms. Boyd joins in the search for aquatic insects.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
What type of toad is this?
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
A burrowing mayfly nymph was found, and the students passed it around.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
Fish food was used to concentrate the catfish for seining.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
A large seine (net) is deployed to catch channel catfish.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
Mrs. Boyd weighs a channel catfish.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark. PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
Catfish are tagged to give them a unique number.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
The catfish weighed up to four pounds.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark.
Prattville High School students prepare to explore a stream in the Coastal Plain.
PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark
A student carries a catfish to be processed.
Thanks for the great fun fishing!
Mr. Doug Darr

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PHS students learn at AWF's Lanark

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