To save the bats, Cub Scouts build houses for local nature preserves

by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

With a helping hand from Hammond Lumber, the Bear Den of Cub Scouts Pack 125 recently constructed brand new bat houses to be installed in local nature preserves. Cub Scout Lucas Johnson, 8, said the idea for the boxes came to him after reading a school library book. His mother and den leader, Shannon Johnson, suggested they turn it into a scout project.

Lucas is happy with the results.

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