Year 3 and 4 students from Scone Public went wild for wildlife last week after a visit from a park ranger.
Barrington Tops based National Parks and Wildlife ranger Jim Cutler visited the school to talk to students about the different species of flora and fauna found around Scone.
Scone Public School year 4 teacher Vanessa Miller said the students were keen to ask Mr Cutler questions about a wide range of subjects that they had previously researched.
“The students asked many different questions, including what flora was edible in the park and what wildlife was on the endangered list. “They were also interested to know the rules of the park and why people shouldn’t feed the wildlife.
“Overall, it was a great opportunity for students to learn more about what wildlife and fauna surrounds us,” Ms Miller said.