RHUL working with Coworth Flexlands School to capture footage of night animals

Exciting project involving RHUL research students placing cameras on the school grounds to record the activities of nocturnal animals at night.

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29th November 2017 — Dr Deborah Harvey from the Royal Holloway University of London (RHUL) is working with Coworth Flexlands School on a research project to measure the well-being impact on children of learning outdoors and is also closely involved in the Royal Holloway schools’ biodiversity project. One exciting project involved RHUL research students placing cameras on the school grounds to record the activities of nocturnal animals at night. Some interesting footage captured a fox and a mouse playing a game of hide and seek.  

If anyone is interested in knowing more about this project and would like to see some of the video footage, please contact Coworth Flexlands School who warmly invite you to come and have a look.

Coworth Flexlands School (Boys 3-7, Girls 3-11) is a day school in Surrey.

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