A Boy Scout Conservation Project

Please read about my Boy Scout Hornaday Project at Dunwoody Nature Center!

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Last Day of my Project!

Today, September 1, 2017, is the last day of my Hornaday project at Dunwoody Nature Center! I can’t believe all this time has already gone by, and I’m now done.  More than 610 hours in total are logged for my project, including my individual hours and hours of everyone else who helped with my project. … Continue reading Last Day of my Project!

More Cool Before and After Pictures of my Hornaday Project at Dunwoody Nature Center

I was looking through my Hornaday project pictures today, and putting them into photo albums.  It was nice to go back through my work and see all that I’ve done!  I found some more really cool before and after pictures, and I’d like to post them here.  Please see them to follow: As you can … Continue reading More Cool Before and After Pictures of my Hornaday Project at Dunwoody Nature Center

News Articles Published about my Hornaday Project at Dunwoody Nature Center

Five news articles have been published about my Hornaday conservation project at Dunwoody Nature Center.  One was published in The Dunwoody Reporter in January 2017 and authored by Ms. Dyana Bagby.  Another was written by Ms. Savannah Norton and published on the K12 national blog site, “BloggEd,” in July 2017. A third article was published in … Continue reading News Articles Published about my Hornaday Project at Dunwoody Nature Center

Reasons I Chose my Hornaday Project and Why it’s Important

A couple of areas that were suggested to me to give more information about on my blog about my Hornaday project are reasons I chose it and why it’s important.  I’d like to give credit to Mr. William O’Brochta, who I met at the 2017 National Jamboree Hornaday exhibit tent at the Summit Bechtel Reserve … Continue reading Reasons I Chose my Hornaday Project and Why it’s Important

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