United States
We have gathered information on how to build the houses and researched the types of bats that live in Tucson/Oro Valley. We found that they really like to live under 3 of our city bridges! We learned about migration patterns as well, and that it would be best if we complete the houses by April when the bats return.
Czech Republic
Sale chilli sauce in School Open Day.
New Zealand
We hope to help bring back the bats by setting more traps for the non-native pests like possums and feral cats which kill the bats, and for people to put bat-friendly plants in their gardens.
New Zealand
We hope to help bring back the bats by setting more traps for the non-native pests like possums and feral cats which kill the bats, and for people to put bat-friendly plants in their gardens.
United States
My project will raise money through lemonade stands and art sales and we will sell the things we don't need any more, clothes. old toys and books. I am a pescatarian who hopes to raise focus on animal rights and create a smaller carbon footprint. By decreasing our dependence on animal protein, by becoming a steward of the environment and wildlife, I hope to help stop deforestation and decrease the amount of carbon being released into the atmosphere.
United States
We will build squirrel feeders using scrap wood. These squirrel feeders will go on our school's playground and will feed the family of squirrels that live in the trees on our playground.
United States
We will create a sanctuary in the wooded area just behind our school. Again our goal is to create habitat that will provide shelter, food, and water to the animals that inhabit this area. Our students will be assisting with habitat preparation, building of shelter, food/water stations for various animals, and create a viewing area a short distance from the sanctuary for viewing and studying local wildlife. We are using recycled wood for most of this project, along with recycled materials as much as possible.
China
TRArtworks Beijing, 11 China See map: Google Maps Food and Health Landscapes, Trees, and Plants Wildlife 1 Subscribe to group ...
United States
We are doing different things for different areas: a butterfly garden, drought tolerant plantings, seed bombing with native wildflowers.
United States
Raising trout will definitely foster an awareness and responsibility to preserve and conserve wild life in New York. We will use the donation to help us pay for the $200 dollar fee to watch the process of spawning at the Visitor Center in Newtown Wastewater Treatment Plant and obtaining fertilized trout eggs for our classroom.

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