Toolangi State Forest
On Friday 5RK and 5MR went on an excursion to Toolangi State Forest. We began by completing hands on activities in the Community House. We learnt about bushfires, animal adaptations and the impacts on the community. On our journey we explored two different types of forest; the Mountain Ash Forest and the Wirrawilla Rainforest. We explored for animal clues and discovered how plants and animals survive and interact in the forest. We finished the trip by visiting a local Logging Coupe and learnt about sustainability and the effect of cutting down trees.
Please share a reflection comparing and contrasting the Mountain Ash Forest and the Wirrawilla Rainforest. Please share 3 things you found interesting. You could have learnt these facts in any of the forests, during our guided bus tour, at the Community House or at the Logging Coupe.
I am looking forward to reading what you learnt during our excursion!