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April 26, 2013

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Brookwood Elementary School Enjoys Creek Kid at Tannehill April 26, 2013

Sport Fish Restoration


Brookwood Elementary School students are great listeners.

Students help show how pollutants can run off the watershed and into streams and lakes.


Where groundwater comes out of the ground a spring is formed.


Ms. Morrison is a rainmaker.

Ms. Parten tells how a dam affects animals.

Teachers enjoy the spring too.

A spring is cold when compared with a warm spring day.

Seining is one way to catch stream animals.

A crayfish is caught.  Alabama has more types of crayfish than any other state.

Students look for mollusks: mussels and snails.


Students search for invertebrates.


They look at their find under a viewer.

Thanks for the great fun!
Mrs. Brenda Morrison
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
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