MSA Students Work With Audubon Society

November 21, 2016 | 1 Comment

This weekend, Mount Saint Agnes Academy [MSA] students from Middle School Student Council and high school, along with a number of parent and teacher volunteers, worked together to build over 20 Bluebird nest boxes and packaged 30 “build your own” kits for the Bermuda Audubon Society.

The Society is the main supplier of Bluebird nest boxes; each year they need a new supply of boxes constructed for next spring’s nesting season.

This project is the result of the Dollars for Hours program, sponsored by Partner Re.

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  1. Jennifer says:

    Congratulations and well done to the students that made those beautiful bluebird houses. They are fantastic. You can find a large number of gorgeous bluebirds on the Riddell’s Bay Golf Course in Warwick because they have used Bluebird boxes for many years to help grow the bluebird population. Riddell’s Bay has been a wonderful safe haven for bluebirds for decades.

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