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After 26 days of incubation, three new baby southern lapwings were born at our school. It was a joyful beginning of the year for all our students who got to start observing and learning further about Southern lapwings.
Southern lapwings have settled at our school and are breeding their young there several times throughout the year. At school we take care of them by respecting their place within ours and we observe and learn more about these wonderful birds throughout the year.
Children learn, follow the growth and record information regarding southern lapwings in different ways. Project Noah is one of the technological tools we use during science class.