The purpose of Gulf Coast RC&D's Partners in Wildlife Conservation Project is to promote wildlife conservation and education by providing high school students within the Council service area with educational experience. Students have constructed bat houses and duck boxes while learning the importance of wildlife in our environments.
2022 was the second year for our Partners in Wildlife Conservation program. This program seeks to conserve and protect wildlife habitats. This multifaceted project provides an educational opportunity for students to learn more about wildlife conservation by partnering with area schools to encourage the production of wildlife habitats. This year, more than 40 duck boxes and 40 blue bird houses were constructed by students at W.S. Neal High School, South Baldwin Center for Technology, and Baldwin County High School to be distributed to local parks in an effort to preserve and enhance wildlife conservation.
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