The Cedars of Lebanon State Park and Friends of Cedars of Lebanon State Park were thrilled when youth from the First Church of the Nazarene in Lebanon volunteered to build a new home for the park’s resident, rehabilitated Red-Tailed Hawk. And they did a great job! THANK YOU ALL! We appreciate your hard work, dedication and generous volunteer spirit.
On Thursday, 24 July 2014, the talented and constructive youth group showed up to spend the day building a new raptor cage at Cedars of Lebanon State Park. They arrived about 9:00 AM and went right to work measuring lumber, drilling holes, and framing the cage. They built the cage walls, then stretched and stapled the woven netting to the frames. Below are some photos taken during the morning session before the crew broke for lunch.
Again, thank you youth of the First Church of the Nazarene in Lebanon. We appreciate everything you did!
Friends of Cedars of Lebanon State Park