WILDLIFE WATCHERS

Date: 22nd Jan 2017 @ 10:04pm

We are lucky to have such beautiful school grounds!  Did you know that St Julie is part of the Mersey Forest?

As well as being a FANTASTIC place to play and learn, our school grounds are home to lots of different animals. Help us to keep track of what is sharing our school grounds with us!

Use our blog to record what you have seen, when and where. Perhaps you might have some questions you want answering!

 

 

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H wrote:

Do we have foxes?

Mrs M wrote:

Sometimes we do see foxes on the field. They are very shy and don't like to come out when we are playing - I think that we might be a bit noisey for them!
We haven't seen a fox for a while. Last year we called the RSPCA when we had a sick fox on the field. They took it away to see a vet.

Big Pink elephant wrote:

Yes I remember that, it was quite a rush every one was soooooo intrested.

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GlitterGirl wrote:

In Halles garden we found a birds egg on the grass and it was empty but it had a crack on it so we left it there.

Big Pink Elephant wrote:

wow that sounds amazing!

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B8 wrote:

I am going to spot wildlife at home and school

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B8 wrote:

Would you like me to bring my bird book in to school I don't mind and which day do you want me to bring it in Please reply

Miss G wrote:

Please bring your book in on Monday B. I'm sure it will be very useful. Thank you so much.

w22 wrote:

I have a LIFE encyclopaedia with all sorts of birds even rainforest birds like my history one you have

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Artyparty wrote:

In the school field I saw bees ,two foxes and lots of birds. In my garden I sawbirds ,rabits ,and even mice.I LOVE animals, Do you?

Big Pink Elephant wrote:

yes I love animals.

GlitterGirl wrote:

I love them to I can't think of one animal that I do not like.

Purple girraffe wrote:

I ADORE animals! I cannot imagine how it would feel if I saw any animal get hurt

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I wrote:

I used to have frogs in my back garden!!!!

W22 wrote:

I remember when we had a frog on our field

Big Pink Elephant wrote:

Well I saw a dead frog on the school parking space.

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Big Pink Elephant wrote:

I keep seeing little tiny birds on the school playgrounds.

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KG wrote:

Once me and LG had a bird's egg on our lawn but there was nothing in it. It had Brown dots all over it and the egg was white. We have lots of birds and at night we get bats in the garden

Big Pink Elephant wrote:

The flats next door did have a bats nest. I don't know if they have still got it.🤔

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EC wrote:

This week I saw a squirrel in my garden. Why do squirrels eat nuts?

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St Pat's Year 3 wrote:

Wow! Your school grounds sound like an amazing habitat for wildlife! In our school, we have spotted a robin, some frogs and lots of molluscs (snails and slugs!).

Artyparty wrote:

In our school grounds we also saw robins,frogs and slugs and snails but we have not seen molluscs.( :

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B8 wrote:

I saw 25 birds at the weekend how many did you find ?

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O4 wrote:

I saw a hedgehog.

W22 wrote:

Was it curled up

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Miss P wrote:

Myself and Miss G saw a pheasant running across the playground one evening a few weeks ago!

Miss G wrote:

We certainly did! We were rather excited. In fact it walked all the way up to the year 4 door. Before we could get a photo the pheasant had ran off ☹️ Maybe we'll see another one very soon and close again.

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Year 5 at St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School wrote:

Hi, we are the year 5 class at St. Patrick's. We've been really interested in reading your blogs.
In our school grounds, we have a little wildlife area with lots of animals are free to come and go. We've seen lots of newts, tadpoles and frogs who live in our pond. We have special bug hotels that we have built to encourage wildlife into our school. In our secret garden, we often see different types of birds. We have colourful bird feeders to attract them. We have a fantastic camp fire area so we can learn outside, even when it's cold!
We have a wonderful gardening teacher who helps us look after the wildlife and our school grounds.
We can't wait to see what your school grounds are like.
Year 5 :)

Lexie wrote:

We do!

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W22 wrote:

When we went out birdwathing we saw a pheasant on our feild near the pond:)

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Mrs M wrote:

On my way into school this morning, I could hear LOTS of noise in the sky. I waited and watched! Eventually, a huge flock of geese flew over in formation - they were so noisy! I love seeing geese fly over school! Even though it's still cold, it's also a sign that spring is not fay away!

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L H wrote:

I have seen a massive black crow

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L H wrote:

I have seen a massive black crow. It was flying through the trees with the greatest of speed! I watched it as is turned and twisted through the misty sky. I hope I see it again!It was spectacular.

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SuperDogD wrote:

I saw a hedgehog and it was curled up in the bushes. It was asleep.

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ArianaGrandeFan7 wrote:

I can't wait to learn more stuff about the wild life in a Year 5! I loved it when I went out bird watching with all my friends. I saw lots of different fascinating birds and lots of lovely noises! I can't wait to find out more!

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FM wrote:

Once in my uncles garden I saw a white otter and it slept there but the RSPCA came and got it

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TheRainbowUnicorn:)🦄 wrote:

I ❤️ Wildlife!!! I have not seen any fox's YET!! But I hope to see some soon🌳🐤-LP🐵

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FM wrote:

I ❤️ Animals

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LH wrote:

I saw a squirrel run past the door out side near the field!! It was really close!!! :)

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Lexie y3 st.patricks wrote:

In our school we have molisks(snails slugs)also a lot of spiders

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Big Pink Elephant wrote:

I saw a dead frog on the school car park.

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K C wrote:

I saw 2 foxes once. And loads of birds

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Amber (St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Year 2) wrote:

This looks amazing! In our school, we have seen ladybirds, frogs, frogspawn, lots of birds, snails, worms, caterpillars, spiders, bees and butterflies!

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Zion (St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Year 2) wrote:

How many different creatures have you seen?

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Annaliece (St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Year 2) wrote:

Have you seen any wild animals in your school?

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Alfie (St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Year 2) wrote:

Have you seen any snakes?!

Ls wrote:

No

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Sophie (St. Patrick's Catholic Primary School, Year 2) wrote:

Have you seen any carnivores on your school grounds?

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GliterGirl wrote:

I saw a robin in a nest.

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GlitterGirl wrote:

I have seen a rat on a railway line when I was going to London.

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EC wrote:

I went to Formby beach with EE and we saw a Red Squirrel, butterfly and a Jay bird. We took some eye spy books and our binoculars.

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GlitterGirl wrote:

In our garden we have a bird feeder for baby birds,and we also have a bug catcher, you catch a bug in it and there is a magnifying glass on top so you can look throw it and you can see it up close.

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Purple giraffe wrote:

what do foxes eat ?

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Purple giraffe wrote:

what do foxes eat ?

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GlitterGirl wrote:

I saw a gray squirrel in my garden

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wrote:

Sparkle j
l have done some bird watching

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Purple girraffe wrote:

I found this adorable little hedgehog that arrives in my garden every year and made such a loud sound the other night

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