Spanish students video explains the fieldwork done while they were enjoying outdoors.

18 de July de 2023

In this video Sergio and Antonio from CPI O Cruce (Spain) share their experiences with natural schooling. They discuss their various activities, including plant sampling techniques, camera trapping studies, and water analysis. They highlight the importance of using the Plannet application for plant identification and describe interesting observations, such as a genet hunting a mouse. They also mention the diverse range of animals captured on camera, such as genets, mice, foxes, badgers, and wild boars. The students also conducted water analysis and found the water quality to be excellent. Overall, they express their enthusiasm for natural schooling, for this hands-on approach to learning and appreciate the opportunity to experience biology and chemistry work firsthand.

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In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful. –Alice Walker

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