The Young Naturalist leads students in Creating Biodiverse Habitat
Photo: “A Young Naturalist connects with Nature by sketching native pea flowers into her Nature Journal, in our ‘Biodiversity Citizen Science’ workshop.” Image Credit: Ela Bayliss
By designing and planting their own native habitat, students discover:
- What biodiversity is
- Why biodiversity is important
- How they can preserve, protect and restore biodiversity
Biodiverse habitat is created by the students for their school, community group or public open space (in connection with local council).
Students form tangible connections with Nature through habitat creation; restoring local biodiversity to facilitate daily interactions with wildlife, insects, and fungi.
Our Young Naturalists discover the meaning of ‘biodiversity’.
Website, Images & Content Copyright ©The Young Naturalist Australia Pty Ltd 2021