With the help of some Boy Scouts, the City of Lebanon is taking action to control nuisance birds in the downtown area.
The scouts went into action Saturday installing falcon boxes on the water tower and the Joe Knight building.
City of Lebanon Communications Manager Derek Gean explained the city’s role in the project.
“The City of Lebanon partnered with the Lebanon Boy Scout Troop 57 by purchasing the materials for them to build falcon boxes for the downtown area,” he said. “The project will help improve biodiversity in the district and provide a natural solution to nuisance wildlife.
For more on this story see Wednesday's LCR.
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