3/4 Excursion to Healesville Sanctuary

3/4 Excursion to Healesville Sanctuary

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As part of the integrated focus in Animal Science this Term, Grade 3/4 students had the opportunity to experience Healesville Animal Sanctuary on Tuesday 5th December, 2017.


As part of the integrated focus in Animal Science this Term, Grade 3/4 students had the opportunity to experience Healesville Animal Sanctuary on Tuesday 5th December, 2017.

The students (and teachers) had a spectacular day out, gaining an insight into the natural habitats of many of the endangered animals they presented to their class.

Some of the highlights of the day included:

  • The tales from Platypus Creek experience
  • The ‘Birds of Prey’ spectacular
  • Close up encounters of the ring-tailed possum, the helmeted honey-eater and the dingoes.
Bubbles in the Platypus Park

Bubbles in the Platypus Park

Wing it with Kevin!

Wing it with Kevin! Kevin was one of the birds featured in the ‘Birds of Prey’ experience

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Jump for joy at the Healesville Sanctuary. So much fun!

 

 

 

 

 

Birds of Prey experience

Birds of Prey experience

David and the Helmeted Honey-Eater

David and the Helmeted Honey-Eater

 

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