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#6: Local kids outdoors at Mono Lake

December 26th, 2012 by Elin, Communications Coordinator
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Number 6 on our Top Ten highlights list are all the local kids who explored their Mono Basin backyard with the Committee’s Outdoor Experiences program.

OE Instructor Jessica Francois (in hat) teaches Lee Vining Elementary students about Lee Vining Creek. Photo by Santiago Escruceria.

Between creek walks, watershed studies, watering trees, sketching wildlife, planting saplings at school, and birding, Lee Vining’s students really got out there! Take a look:

Lee Vining fourth graders stop for a drink of water along the Lee Vining Creek Trail.

A new tree at the Lee Vining Elementary School.

Lee Vining High School students learn about the clarity of Mill Creek's water.

Lee Vining Elementary students sketch songbirds at Lee Vining Creek.

Caelen McQuilkin birds Lee Vining.

Lee Vining High School students conduct transect studies at Mill Creek.

Kindergarteners enjoy a day at Lee Vining Creek. Photos by Santiago Escruceria.

One Response to “#6: Local kids outdoors at Mono Lake”

  1. avatar Janis Portal Says:

    Nice field trips! Wish I was there.