Trout in the Classroom

Welcome TIC Brookies to Room 203!

Filed under: Uncategorized — baungst at 7:18 pm on Friday, November 7, 2014

After two months of anticipation, our brook trout eggs have arrived!  We had an awesome egg sorting crew that worked together to sort and place 376 live brook trout eggs into our classroom aquarium.  A special thank you to our friends at the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and Pennsylvania Trout Unlimited for packing and shipping the eggs.  It is because of your efforts that students here at Marticville and across the state will have the opportunity to learn all about cold water conservation!

Here are some photographs courtesy of our TIC photographers:

JR and Collin deliver the package titled "Live Fish."

JR and Collin deliver the package titled “Live Fish.”

Egg Sorting Team

Egg Sorting Team

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Keeping accurate records!

Keeping accurate records!

Into the hatching basket...

Into the hatching basket…

Live brook trout eggs!

Live brook trout eggs!

We had 376 live eggs!

We had 376 live eggs!

Nice work Seth.

Nice work Seth.

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Well done crew!

Well done crew!

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