In 2010 Primary 3 and Primary 4 at Slamannan Primary School learned about a natural phenomenon which takes place every year not far from the school. The pupils did not even know that this phenomenon happened!

In October every year, Beangeese fly over from Scandinavia to Slamannan’s Plateau to graze for the winter. In February they fly off again to sunnier climes.

Slamannan is one of the very few places in the whole of the British Isles where this happens.

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