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St. James Hops on Stewardship

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Photographed with Christine Baptista, Special Projects Coordinator from the Junction Creek Stewardship Committee are (left to right) Zachary Douglas, Kate Pappin, Chris, Maya Naponse, and Dylan Tomljanavich.

November 20, 2011 - Young students at St. James Catholic School were fascinated by a presentation about local frogs and toads that inhabit Junction Creek. In collaboration with the Junction Creek Stewardship Committee the students learned about the different types of frog and toad calls and how to identify different types of frogs and toads both by sound and by sight. The presentation ended with an interactive frog calling session when the students created a chorus of different frog calls using their voices and other objects such as balloons, combs, and elastic bands.

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