Sometime a pair of mallards take up residence on the this pond, which also has plenty of newts.
Having carefully collected all of this nesting material in his beak, the Herring Gull changed his mind and left it on the path for another time!
Limes and beeches opposite the nesting box
This friendly Herring gull was searching for the right nesting materials.
A.n empty feeding pot for the birds
There's a nest in this box outside of Year 5. The box is sheltered from the prevailing South/Westerly wind and faces S/E.
Will this be OK for my nest?
Looking up in to the branches of the beech tree.
We think this is either a Magpie's, a Crow's or a Pigeon's nest built high in the forked branches of this lime tree.
The school roof is a great vantage point for the dozens of Herring Gulls that live in our school grounds! The school is less than 50 metres as the crow flies from the White Cliffs and the English Channel.
A place for spotting balckbirds, bluetits, pigeons and of course the shy robin.
Polytunnel through the trees
Colette
Author: Colette (ID: 10676)
Posted: 2010-04-26 22:26 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 0.26 km
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The school has a polytunnel and raised vegetable planters for the pupils. Blackbirds can always be seen here.

Spring fed school pond.
Sometime a pair of mallards take up residence on the this pond, which also has plenty of newts.
Building material
Having carefully collected all of this nesting material in his beak, the Herring Gull changed his mind and left it on the path for another time!
Spring leaves
Limes and beeches opposite the nesting box
Looking for nesting material
This friendly Herring gull was searching for the right nesting materials.
Feeding pot
A.n empty feeding pot for the birds
Our Bluetit's home!
There's a nest in this box outside of Year 5. The box is sheltered from the prevailing South/Westerly wind and faces S/E.
Collecting!
Will this be OK for my nest?
Beech Tree
Looking up in to the branches of the beech tree.
Another nest
We think this is either a Magpie's, a Crow's or a Pigeon's nest built high in the forked branches of this lime tree.
Watching and waiting
The school roof is a great vantage point for the dozens of Herring Gulls that live in our school grounds! The school is less than 50 metres as the crow flies from the White Cliffs and the English Channel.
Polytunnel and garden
A place for spotting balckbirds, bluetits, pigeons and of course the shy robin.
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