The Schoolyard Habitats Audit was developed as a tool for students to investigate the school ground's use and to be used as a basis for improving native wildlife and outdoor learning on the school site. Some of the questions may require the assistance of school staff, including facility managers, or require students and staff to perform additional research.
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