Students at Adam Robertson Elementary had the opportunity to turn their bi-weekly visits to a local wetland into a habitat restoration project for native birds. After noticing the swallow nesting boxes on site were weathered and falling down, the class partnered with a woodworking class at the local high school to make new nesting boxes for the wetland swallows.
« This project was a lot of fun and I liked working in the wood shop. I am excited to see how the birds use their new houses »
– Jace, Grade 5