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Up, Down and Dirty: Exploring Birds and Amphibians in the Victory Bog
Students discover how to use a field guide for birds as well as observing them via binoculars. They gain an understanding of the role of bogs and their inhabitants, specifically the Victory Bog. They create their own field guides.
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