On Friday 14th June, we visited the Wetlands Centre. During the morning, we explored one section of the centre. It was home to so many different birds; eider birds – used for duvets, swans, Canada geese, cranes, herons. We even saw some otters. These animals were all living in their natural habitat. We even went into a bird lookout hut, which had live cameras and telescopes for us to use and look more closely at the birds. After lunch, we had a workshop about invertebrates. We recapped and learnt new names of invertebrates. We went into a wooded area with tall reeds; using nets, paint brushes and pots we gathered/caught different invertebrates. Using a classification key, we identified their names.