Published : Monday, March 25, 2019 | 5:58 PM
Walden School’s 2/3 Amur Leopards and Iberian Lynx spent a beautiful day exploring native plants at the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers & Native Plants today. With the knowledgeable guidance of the foundation’s field instructor, students learned about the importance of native plants for the ecosystem and ways of using them as a resource, from medicine to building materials.
The students also studied individual plants and documented their observations in nature journals, and enjoyed a hike and lunch out in the sun. Walden School thanks the Theodore Payne Foundation for sharing their wisdom with the students, and to all parent chaperones who made the fun and educational trip possible!
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