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Chilton Christian Academy

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Chilton Christian Academy Are Creek Kids

Sport Fish Restoration

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A drawing of a sculpin.

A snail converts algae and bacteria growing on rocks into animal material.

Chilton Christian Academy students begin with a PowerPoint.

The EnviroScape models what happens in a watershed.

Ms. Parten talks to the students about the mill dam.


Chilton Christian Academy students look for snails and mussels in the mill flume.


Mussels can be identified long after they have died.

Alabama has lost more species of snails than any other state; we still have more mussel species than any other state.

A spring is where groundwater becomes surface water.

Chilton Christian Academy students are at Bubbling Springs in Tannehill Historical State Park.
Brenda Morrison teaches about fish
Ms. Morrison teaches about fish during Creek Kids.

Thanks for the great fun!
Mrs. Brenda Morrison
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