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Find out how local wildlife in our streams can be affected by human activitiy, and what you can do to help.

Do you know ...?

Otters are coming back! The otter population in Britain is now five times what it was in the late 1970s.



Materials

Teaching notes guidance for teachers to help plan lessons.

Pupil sheets photocopiable handouts providing basic facts and information.

Activity sheet photocopiable activities, investigations and ideas.

 

These materials are in pdf format. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat to read them, please click above.

See also:

Bourne Stream website describes three projects to enhance habitiat along Bourne Stream: Lagoons and wetland, Coy Pond gardens, Scott Road and Alder Road. Bournemouth Water are one of the partners.

Dorset Wildlife Trust are currently developing a schools’ partnership scheme and offer Brooklands conservation centre as an environmental education resource for schools.

Dorset Wildlife Trust runs a Rivers and Wetlands project which aims to work with landowners, community groups, angling clubs and volunteers in order to improve Dorset's rivers for wildlife.