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From the left Grace Callander and Stella Ullom knock on the side of the house to alert the bird if it is nesting while Ella Bowman and Adison Lemmon look on. Photo by Margaret A. Ontl

Students research helps bluebirds

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Research is valuable at any level and this year students at River Crest Elementary School had a taste of how data is collected and reported.

"We wanted a hands-on thing that's like real science that the kids can be involved with," said John Mueller, fifth-grade teacher who wrote a grant last year to fund the Bluebird Project. Thirty students in the River Crest Elementary School Environmental Kids Club took on the project.

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