Great day in the Phoneix Park carrying out mandatory experiments for Leaving Cert Biology
Equipment boxes all ready to go with plant and animal identification Keys, Pooters used to collect insects for identification (suck through the green straw ;-)), Quadrat for our qualitative/quantitative study of plants.
Pitfall trap covered and uncovered. Any creepy crawlies hiding inside????
Mountain Ash (Caorthann), with its distinctive jagged edges;
produces scarlet berries to feed thrushes throughout the winter.
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