Sunrise Trail
What creatures do you think live underneath this habitat pile?
Why do you think these creatures like living here?
Why do you think this fungi is growing here?
This place is called Substation Surprise. A Substation is used to supply electricity, what do you use electricity for?
This is an unsual oak tree as it keeps its leaves throughout the year, what do we call a tree that does this?

The next photgraph shows a leaf from this tree can you find out what type of oak it is?
Find out what type of oak tree this is.
Although this looks like a bird box, it is not. What type of creature would use it?
Dormice run through this box, what signs might they leave to show us that they have been here?
What creatures might you find living in here? 

There are many plants in this pond, what do you think the pond creatures need the plants for?
What do we use this building for?

Why do you think parts of the wooden wall are missing?
Why did we choose willow to make this arch?

What other woods are used to make things?
This nest is in quite an unusual place, what do you think are the good and bad things of making a nest up here?

What materials do birds use to make their nest?
Which animals' home is called a drey?

What materials would be used to make the drey?
Many butterflies visit this site in the summer, what would attract them here?
The sluice gate allows water to pass to and from the lake and the Great Stour river. Why is this important to the reserve?
Which of these things that can be composted?

a) eggshells
b) teabags
c) cooked meat
d) a plastic bag
e)  paper and cardboard
Use this link to find out more information about Canterbury Environmental Education Centre.

Website:  http://www.naturegrid.org.uk
Telephone: 01227 452447
Email: canterbury.environmentalcentre@kent.gov.uk

Contact us via email for the answers to the quiz.
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Posted: 2010-01-15 12:04 GMT+00:00
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Sunrise Trail
Habitat Pile
What creatures do you think live underneath this habitat pile?
Why do you think these creatures like living here?
Bracket fungi
Why do you think this fungi is growing here?
Substation Surprise
This place is called Substation Surprise. A Substation is used to supply electricity, what do you use electricity for?
The Arboretum
This is an unsual oak tree as it keeps its leaves throughout the year, what do we call a tree that does this?

The next photgraph shows a leaf from this tree can you find out what type of oak it is?
Type of oak leaf
Find out what type of oak tree this is.
Type of nest box
Although this looks like a bird box, it is not. What type of creature would use it?
Dormouse survey box
Dormice run through this box, what signs might they leave to show us that they have been here?
One of our many ponds
What creatures might you find living in here?

There are many plants in this pond, what do you think the pond creatures need the plants for?
A wooden building
What do we use this building for?

Why do you think parts of the wooden wall are missing?
Willow arch
Why did we choose willow to make this arch?

What other woods are used to make things?
Pylon
This nest is in quite an unusual place, what do you think are the good and bad things of making a nest up here?

What materials do birds use to make their nest?
The drey
Which animals' home is called a drey?

What materials would be used to make the drey?
Butterfly Bank
Many butterflies visit this site in the summer, what would attract them here?
Sluice gate
The sluice gate allows water to pass to and from the lake and the Great Stour river. Why is this important to the reserve?
Compost sculpture
Which of these things that can be composted?

a) eggshells
b) teabags
c) cooked meat
d) a plastic bag
e) paper and cardboard
End of the Sunrise Trail
Use this link to find out more information about Canterbury Environmental Education Centre.

Website: http://www.naturegrid.org.uk
Telephone: 01227 452447
Email: canterbury.environmentalcentre@kent.gov.uk

Contact us via email for the answers to the quiz.
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