Students from King’s School Junior Division visited Teggs Nose Country Park to learn about our local natural and industrial heritage. Ranger Martin James and Wildlife Explorer Leader Tina Hanak lead a guided walk around the local beauty spot to take in a number of different wildlife habitats. Students used binoculars to spot birds and get a closer look at some of the butterflies and bees. At the stream we used kick sampling techniques to look at some of the invertebrate life in the stream. Mayfly nymphs, including stone-clingers, specially adapted for life in fast … Click here for more information…..