Association Ecosystem (Internet site www.есоsystеmа.ru)


Donate



HOME >>> INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION >>> FIELD STUDIES COUNCIL (UK)

International Program Logo

Home
Main English Page
Meet the President
Field Ecology Center
  Gallery
  Moscow Region Nature

More about "Ecosystem"
Field Ecology Education in Russia
Instructive Videos
  Autumn
  Winter
  Spring
  Summer
Instructive Manuals
International Cooperation
  Field Studies Centers (UK)
  International Expeditions (USA)
  Ecological Field Techniques (USA)
  Our Partners
  International Contacts
Russian Nature in Photographs
  Geographic Index
  Systematic Index
  Alphabetical Index
  Search Form
  Gallery
Nature Landscapes of the World
  Europe
  Asia
  North America
  South America
  Africa
  Australia
  Antarctic
Our Banners
Contacts

Recommend this page to your friends:





[ sp ] : ml об : { lf }


Field Studies Council Centers (UK):
Slapton Ley Field Centre - 1996

Images of the South England and Wales natural landscapes (from this and other trips)
you can find at Natural Landscapes of the World section of our site.

 

In September 1996 Association Ecosystem arrange in the first time the educational trip of Russian school students and teachers to the Field Studies Council.
The group of 22 students 14-16 years old and three school teachers from Kalmikia National Republic (South Volga region) and also two Ecosystem's teachers visited Slapton Ley Field Centre, that is situated in the South-West England.
Slapton Ley Field Centre administrative building
Out-door lessons in the Slapton Ley Located on the southern tip of the Devon Riviera, the Centre is surrounded by the 200 hectare Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve. Owned by the Whitley Wildlife Trust and managed by the Centre, the Ley is the largest freshwater lake in the south west and is extensively used in the courses at Slapton. The surrounding coastline and nearby Dartmoor National Park provides unrivalled opportunities for field courses.
The National Nature Reserve comprising maritime shingle ridge, freshwater of the Ley and deciduous woodland are within easy walking distance. The spectacular coastline and granite tors of Dartmoor National Park are within easy traveling distance. These provide extensive scope for investigating contemporary issues affecting the British coastline and countryside. From rocky shores, coastal processes and management to river catchment management to tourism in rural villages. Marine ecology field activity
Kalmikian group over the sea During our 10 days staying in the Centre we investigated broadleaved forests, freshwater streams, Slapton Ley (lake) itself and rocky shore, including coastal flood zone and cliffs.
We were lucky with the weather - there were no any one rain and we even swim in the sea, in spite it was very windy...
While we were staying in the Slapton Ley Field Centre there were a local agricultural exhibition and farmer's competition. The children from our group participate in the ceremonial exhibition closing, demonstrating to the visitors their national songs, music and dances (right). Kalmikian national songs, music and dances

 

Images of the South England and Wales natural landscapes (from this and other trips)
you can find at Natural Landscapes of the World section of our site.


Поделиться/Share:
Обращение с посетителям сайта



: ml : [ stl ] [ pp ]


Порекомендуйте нас в "своих" социальных сетях:
- share this page with your friends!
Поддержать сайт / Donate


© Экологический центр "Экосистема"™, А.С. Боголюбов / © Field Ecology Center "Ecosystem"™, Alexander Bogolyubov, 2001-2016