Once again, G11-12 students have been out to the Cinnabar Research Station on Tezzeron Lake. They spent three days and two nights working on field journals, learning about forest entomology from Dr. Jeanne Robert, participating in hummingbird banding, and visiting 'mother trees' in the John Prince Research Forest. This Spring Field Camp is part of a new, year-long course in Environmental Sciences 11 and Physical Geography 12 that is being offered by Fort St. James Secondary School. Teachers Kelley Inden, Jaclyn Boyes, and Brent Moyer have been hard at work this year, creating this course from scratch - amazing!
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