Our bird box with nestcam. We are lucky enough to have a bluetit building a nest in here.
This tree is where the bluetit perches to make sure that the coast is clear before going into the nesting box.
What kind of birds do you think you might see on this feeder?
Welcome
Multi sensory path
Bramble patch
Which birds do you think would come to feed here?
We are very lucky to be surrounded by countryside.
Logpile
Who might be hiding here?
Bird feeders made from recycled materials
Why would some birds be interested in this bush?
Class 1 decided to make a mini habitat in their raised planting bed.
Can you see anything hidingg here?
Can you see the berries beside the feeder?
Sensory path with a glimpse of our outdoor classroom seating.
You need to be very quiet in here!
Very popular with birds in the summer.
When the leaves grow this will be very well hidden.
Who do you think has chewed away the front of this nest box?
The perfect place to sit and listen for birdsong.
Green Woodpeckers can often be seen feeding on the grass here.
How tall will this tree be when our nursery children have reached year 2?
The first bulbs are showing in the class gardens.
All creatures are welcome here.
wildlife walk
Herne Infant School
Author: Herne Infant School (ID: 9776)
Posted: 2010-03-30 20:13 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 0.37 km
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Birdbox
Our bird box with nestcam. We are lucky enough to have a bluetit building a nest in here.
Silver Birch
This tree is where the bluetit perches to make sure that the coast is clear before going into the nesting box.
Seed Feeder
What kind of birds do you think you might see on this feeder?
Welcome
Multi sensory path
Bramble patch
Bird feeding table
Which birds do you think would come to feed here?
View across fields
We are very lucky to be surrounded by countryside.
Logpile
Take a closer look
Who might be hiding here?
Bird feeders made from recycled materials
Holly bush
Why would some birds be interested in this bush?
Mini habitat
Class 1 decided to make a mini habitat in their raised planting bed.
Mini pond
Can you see anything hidingg here?
Another feeder
Can you see the berries beside the feeder?
Path
Sensory path with a glimpse of our outdoor classroom seating.
Birdwatching hide.
You need to be very quiet in here!
Pergola with grapevines
Very popular with birds in the summer.
Bird box under the vines
When the leaves grow this will be very well hidden.
DIY SOS?
Who do you think has chewed away the front of this nest box?
Quiet seating area
The perfect place to sit and listen for birdsong.
Top school field
Green Woodpeckers can often be seen feeding on the grass here.
Nursery sapling
How tall will this tree be when our nursery children have reached year 2?
Signs of spring
The first bulbs are showing in the class gardens.
Welcome.
All creatures are welcome here.
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