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September 16, 2010

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September 16, 2010 Southview Elementary Creek Kids

Sport Fish Restoration

      Miles College environmental science class assists with their first Creek Kid Program.   Southview Elementary students take a hike through the watershed at Tannehill Ironworks State Historical Park.
Maurice Jackson explains the importance of clean water for aquatic animals living in a watershed. Students ponder on the need of clean water in a watershed.
Students look at aquatic snails and mussels living in Mill Creek at Tannehill Ironworks. Some students touch snails and mussels living in Mill Creek at Tannehill Ironworks.
Maurice Jackson collects aquatic insects with Southview Elementary students. Students use view finders to examine aquatic insects. Aquatic insects need clean water. Aquatic insects are food for fish living in a creek.

A student wonders what is inside the bucket.
Look, a crayfish.
Students make an attempt to catch fish in a seine.

 


A student watches while fish are removed.
 

Students seine for more aquatic vertebrates. Southview students wait their turn to get into Mud Creek.

Mr. Maurice Jackson

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