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September 24, 2018

Lanigan students explore the great outdoors on trip to Beaver Lake Nature Center


Brooke Reynolds, left, and Rebekah May discovered a small caterpillar during their exploration of one of the trails at Beaver Lake Nature Center.

Brooke Reynolds, left, and Rebekah May discovered a small caterpillar during their exploration of one of the trails at Beaver Lake Nature Center.

Second graders from Lanigan Elementary School studied plants and animals in their natural habitat during a recent field trip to Beaver Lake Nature Center.

The students were given guided and self-guided tours of the trails and displays in the center.

They were able to spot a wide variety of animals, insects, reptiles and more during their day-long trip and enjoyed the many signposts detailing unique natural wonders along the trails and at the water’s edge.

Friends and fellow second-graders from Lanigan Elementary School paused for a photo at one of the scenic lake overlooks during their field trip to Beaver Lake Nature Center. The students, left to right are: Clarissa Fake, Jordyn Woodcock, Daniela Mendez, and Jaelyn DeSalvatore.

Friends and fellow second-graders from Lanigan Elementary School paused for a photo at one of the scenic lake overlooks during their field trip to Beaver Lake Nature Center. The students, left to right are: Clarissa Fake, Jordyn Woodcock, Daniela Mendez, and Jaelyn DeSalvatore.

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