The children of the Bercy schools have taken part in a treasure hunt in the Traversine garden.
During the journey, they discovered different parts of the garden: the mandala, the pergola’s herbs, the insect houses and even the vegetal teepee. Soon, this teepee will be embellished by a mix of durable plants like honeysuckle, and climbing seasonal plants like climbing bean and marrow. With the activity leaders, the children learned how to use a compass to locate themselves in space and how to use bird calls. These little wooden objects can reproduce the birdsongs of different species, allowing us to call birds so we can better observe them!