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Exploring life underwater
Investigate what lives in the Canning River without even getting wet!
Frog features, lifecycles and habitats
Many of our native animals are very secretive and can be difficult to find! Investigating local animals and places
How living things adapt to changes in the physical environment. Students have the opportunity to investigate the role of the Kent St Weir.
Hear the ‘real life’ rescue story of Doug the Darter, a waterbird who became entangled in rubbish.
Students get the opportunity to sample and record the amazing and diverse macroinvertebrate communities that live in the Canning River.
The story of our catchment. Where does the Canning River come from and where does it flow to?
Revealing the river’s past. Students glimpse into the past lives of those who lived and settled around the Canning River by investigating historical records such as maps, photos and diaries.
Rivers at risk. Identifying hazards and risks to natural ecosystems
A comparison of water quality. The Kent Street Weir on the Canning River provides a unique location to compare two river systems.
An ecological snapshot of river health. Using the SIGNAL model as an assessment tool, students gain an indication of water quality in the Canning River
Enjoy the great outdoors!
Finish off the school year by consolidating environmental learning and having fun at the same time!
Use your super senses to investigate the wetlands!
Zoom in on amazing wetland birdlife!
Touching base with your local place!
The Nyoongar people’s strong connection with the wetlands and rivers that flow across the Swan Coastal Plain forms the basis for much of their culture, spirituality, and identity.
This is a valuable opportunity to hear from an experienced Aboriginal educator about the importance of the Swan - Canning river to the Nyoongar people.
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