Came across this group of students and their teacher at Labrador Nature Reserve who seemed to be having an outdoor biodiversity survey. Kudos to the teacher as he really seemed to know how to handle the session really well. He caught sight of a tiny fish(?) and gently cupped it in his hands to show his bunch of attentive students. And after he was done explaining about and showing the creature, he just as gently released it into the water.
This is very unlike other park users who fish in restricted locations, plunder the intertidal area for corals or algae covered rocks, intentionally throw their ciggarette butts and litter in all the wrong places and generally treat the nature reserve as a dump.
We need more people like the teacher and students in the clip! :)