Year 12 biologists recently enjoyed two days of field work.
The first day was at Titchwell, where they carried out a dune survey and also learned about conservation management on the bird reserve at Titchwell.
The second day was much colder in which they spent the day in Norwich and were amazed to find unspoilt natural ecosystems just off the A47 on Marriot’s Way. The day was organised by Maddie Goodall, based at Norfolk County Council, and she was also able to find a qualified ecologist to lead our investigations into succession in meadows and also sampling fresh water habitats.
All students enjoyed the field work and it will help them to understand the ecology topics that they are currently covering in Year 2 of the A-level course.
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