State hoping to boost bluebird population

Connecticut environmental officials are making lumber available for schools and other groups who want to help boost the bluebird population. The state is encouraging people to build boxes as habitats

News 12 Staff

Feb 29, 2016, 8:16 PM

Updated 3,057 days ago

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Connecticut environmental officials are making lumber available for schools and other groups who want to help boost the bluebird population.
The state is encouraging people to build boxes as habitats for bluebirds.
Participants are expected to monitor the boxes during the nesting season and report back to the state Wildlife Division.
The lumber comes from state forests and was prepared at a state saw mill.


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