Sean Drum Eagle Scout Project

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Sean-Drum with-Daniel and Matthew Russotti from Boy Scout Troop 262

Sean and Cooper hanging bird feedersSean Drum of Webster Boy Scout troop 262 has built a handicap accessible bird blind at the Trail of Hope in Lyons.

Sean says he wanted to serve people who may have a hard time getting to parks and seeing nature.

This was all a part of his Eagle Scout project.

A bird blind is another way to look at the birds. A bird blind lets us see the birds without them seeing us, which prevents them from being scared away by the observers. The nesting boxes were supplied by WCSWCD.

 

In October there will be a dedication  at the Trail of Hope located at 9 Manhattan St. in Lyons. Take Exit 42 off New York Thruway, take Rt. 14 North into the Village of Lyons. Take a right onto Clyde Rd, turn left onto Manhattan St. The Trail of Hope will be on your right.  For more information about the project click here to download a brochure.

Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District
7312 RT 31 Lyons, NY 14489
315-946-7200