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Урок 40. Scotland’s national nature reserves

Find definitions of the words

spectacular

a trail

a flock

rare

a puffin

habitats

a group of birds

wonderful to see

seldom, not often

places where animals and birds live

a type of birds

a path

Complete the dialogue

What does the abbreviation NNR stand for?

What animals, birds, and flowers can you see in Loch Lomond?

What is the most remote part of Britain?

St. Kilda, the St. Kilda islands.

NNR means National Nature Reserves.

Bluebells, oaks, deer, a golden eagle.

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spectacularly —


Choose the correct answer.

What are National Nature Reserves? Like other countries, the National Nature Reserves (NNR) are the best wildlife places in Scotland, so everyone enjoy and be proud of Scotland’s wonderful nature. Most reserves have and species that are nationally or internationally important. People also these special places too, without harming or disturbing the wildlife that lives there. NNRs show the variety of Scotland’s species from to marshes, from seabirds colonies to mountain plants.

Listen to the story and find the appropriate heading

What makes wetlands different?

Birds of wetlands

Plants for the people

Natural reserve in the wetlands

Listen to the story and choose the correct answers

1) What mammal (млекопитающее) is mentioned in the text? 2) Special plants of the wetlands grow in 3) How do birds use special plants?

Put parts of the text in the correct order to get the story about puffins

Its red and black eye-markings and bright orange legs also add to its comical appearance.

However, with half of the UK population at only a few habitats, it is an Red List species.

A puffin is an unmistakable bird with its black back and white underparts, and distinctive black head with large pale cheeks and a tall, flattened, brightly-coloured bill.

The bird is used as a symbol for books and other things, as this coloured clown among seabirds is one of the world’s favourite birds.

Choose the correct answers to the questions

Where can I throw rubbish?

Can I take a photo of an animal?

What are the opening hours of this national reserve?

Can you give us a guide?

There are rubbish bins in many remote parts of our reserve.

Of course. The usual group consists of 15 people.

Yes, why not. But don’t come too close.

We are open at 10 and are closed at 19.

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