The Planting Of Bird Houses
Created by: Victoria Adams, Nick Spiewak, and Charles Turner
Most birds around the area are struggling to find a tree to build a bird nest. Considering the amount of construction that is happening around The Plains many trees have been getting cut down, this is called deforestation. A bird nest even isn’t a great way to have a bird living in, a bird nest can easily fall apart during just one rainstorm.
Us choosing the trees!
Here is Nick choosing a tree to hang bird houses on!
This is the type of bird that will live in these houses along with a few other species.
This is the model of bird house we are using!
The Process of our story had many obstacles. Our project started off by picking our topic. We struggled for many weeks on picking our topic, at first we were deciding between plant conservation and animal conservation. After many weeks of Innovation we decided to chose animal conservation. After a while we thinned down to bird conservation and took off from their. We started to make the plan. We had plans to have a bake sale and then take the money from the bake sale to buy bird houses and place them around campus. When we were finally ready for the bake sale we found out that the dates we wanted to use where all taken, for four weeks we were held off. This was also difficult because of all the snow days and holidays. When our group had our bake sale we raised around $170. After this our main problem was deciding what birdhouse model to get, how many bird houses we were going to buy, and what our group was going to do for the rest of the money. Every class we would try to find a model, and at the end of every class we would find one, but we lost every single model we found until it came too close to the date and decided on our model. The model that we choose was generally focused on the wren birds, wren birds are the main birds that live in the area of The Plains.