Monday, May 28, 2018

Bay Bush Action

Last week in Te Ngahere, Stella and Brad from Bay Bush Action came to our class to talk to us about Native birds and animals, a topic we were studying about in our Panui. They gave us stuffed possums to pass around. Brad had a brilliant idea to give our school 10 mice traps to become to first mice-free school in New Zealand. One of the pupil from our school, Lennix, a member of Bay Bush Action was in charge of checking the mice traps. He chooses a boy and a girl to help them everyday. Here are a couple photos.

5 comments:

  1. Kia ora Shikarn here from Gilberthorpe in Christchurch. Welcome to our Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu blogging. Looks like your class is quite the adventurous. Got one question is the posem dead or alive?
    Blog you later.

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  2. Kia ora dylan here from Gilberthorpe in Christchurch.Welcome to our Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu blogging i see ur class went hunting for some animals one thing i would like to know is where did u go to get these animals and how did u get them to lead into ur traps. oh and by the way is that possem dead or alive?. blog u later.

    Dylan

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  3. Kia ora Jesse here from Gilberthorpe in Christchurch. Welcome to our Tuhi mai Tuhi Atu blogging where we go on your blog and comment on your blog. I see that you have a posen is it dead or alive and it looks like you are really good adventurous I'm not good at it thowe. Blog you later!!!

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  4. Kia Ora Its latoiya from Ara Tu Whakata Gilberthorpe School Welcome Haere Mai To Tuhi Mai Group
    IT Looks like you ARe People That Like To Explore
    Maybe next time you should Say If The possoms Dead Or Alive Good Job On Using Capital Letters And Full Stops

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  5. Hi Ethan here Welcome to our Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu blogging hope u like the Tuhi Mai Group
    Maybe next time you should Say If The possoms Dead Or Alive

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