By Rosalind Russell – Espanola Community Living Adult Literacy students took in an excursion this week taking in an online guided course through Good Learning Anywhere on Wednesday – The Benefits of Outdoor Living before heading out into the woods.
They followed that up with a trip to Black Creek Sno-Trails to take in a three-kilometre walk.
According to the release, following the presentation they met with their teachers and also took part in a scavenger hunt, and fed local fauna such as birds, chipmunks, and squirrels.
The students also learned how to read a map, how to identify a variety of trees, fallen leaves and animal habitats.
Photo: Community Living Espanola adult literacy students took in a hike at the Black Creek Sno-Trails as part of their outdoor living program, following up with a picnic and sharing stories of their excursion. Photos provided by CLE.