Top billing

30th April 2004 at 01:00
We invited the Eagle Heights Bird of Prey Centre to bring some of their beautiful birds to our school and explain how important it is to conserve these birds and their habitat.

It was an excellent way to help our inner-London students learn about wildlife, as well as environment, feeding relationships and ecological relationships at key stage 3.

Coming face to face with the Harris hawk, American bald eagle and lanner falcon our students saw for themselves how these creatures are adapted for survival.

Tina Sekhon

Key stage 3 co-ordinator, the London Nautical School, London borough of Lambeth

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