Northwood Elementary go on nature trip


Lauren Westgerdes, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Angela and Alex Westgerdes, looks at the branches of a tree through cardboard tubes during field trip with her Northwood Elementary second grade class at Tawawa Park Friday, Oct. 9. Shelby Soil & Water Conservation District Education Coordinator Lynda Adams helped organize the trip which taught students about interactions between humans and wildlife. Kids got to pet a stuffed owl, make paw prints and listen to a Sidney park ranger. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lauren Westgerdes, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Angela and Alex Westgerdes, looks at the branches of a tree through cardboard tubes during field trip with her Northwood Elementary second grade class at Tawawa Park Friday, Oct. 9. Shelby Soil & Water Conservation District Education Coordinator Lynda Adams helped organize the trip which taught students about interactions between humans and wildlife. Kids got to pet a stuffed owl, make paw prints and listen to a Sidney park ranger. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Lauren Westgerdes, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Angela and Alex Westgerdes, looks at the branches of a tree through cardboard tubes during field trip with her Northwood Elementary second grade class at Tawawa Park Friday, Oct. 9. Shelby Soil & Water Conservation District Education Coordinator Lynda Adams helped organize the trip which taught students about interactions between humans and wildlife. Kids got to pet a stuffed owl, make paw prints and listen to a Sidney park ranger. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Lauren Westgerdes, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Angela and Alex Westgerdes, looks at the branches of a tree through cardboard tubes during field trip with her Northwood Elementary second grade class at Tawawa Park Friday, Oct. 9. Shelby Soil & Water Conservation District Education Coordinator Lynda Adams helped organize the trip which taught students about interactions between humans and wildlife. Kids got to pet a stuffed owl, make paw prints and listen to a Sidney park ranger. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN100915NatureTrip.jpgLauren Westgerdes, 8, of Sidney, daughter of Angela and Alex Westgerdes, looks at the branches of a tree through cardboard tubes during field trip with her Northwood Elementary second grade class at Tawawa Park Friday, Oct. 9. Shelby Soil & Water Conservation District Education Coordinator Lynda Adams helped organize the trip which taught students about interactions between humans and wildlife. Kids got to pet a stuffed owl, make paw prints and listen to a Sidney park ranger. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News