Bird Rock students take in Japanese Friendship Garden

Bird Rock Elementary School first grade teacher Lorraine Turner took her class on May 31 to the Japanese Friendship Garden at Balboa Park as a part of their studies on plants and animals.

Harold Kuhn talks about the many different types of plants in the garden. Photo by Pearl Preis

The students learn about bonsai plants. Photo by Pearl Pris

Lorraine Turner and her students look at koi in the pond. Photo by Pearl Pris

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