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Wildlife Habitats on the Farm

This activity can be delivered during a farm walk. It allows learners to understand that farmers provide habitats on their farms for wildlife. Pupils have the opportunity to identify farmland habitats and the creatures that may live in those habitats.
This activity relates well to the resource 'Farming, wildlife and your school grounds' (https://www.countrysideclassroom.org.uk/resources/1443)

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