Community members help install 17 new nest boxes for waterfowl
Photo: Blackbird Environmental Ltd.
Families from Hudson’s Hope Elementary-Secondary School in the FWCP’s Peace Region, helped build 17 new nest boxes for waterfowl in the Williston Watershed.
Members of the Saulteau First Nation helped monitor the artificial nesting structures, which aim to support bufflehead, common and Barrow’s goldeneye, common merganser, Canada goose, common loon, and mallard, in this project led by Blackbird Environmental with funding from the FWCP.
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