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    Birdhouse Kits and the “Birds for Brains” Project

    Great Project Overview for Virtually any Organized Kids’ Group: Doing good in your community! Birds For Brains How To: Birds For Brains is such a rewarding program for kids, seniors and coordinators alike (the birds too!). If done right it will not take much funding at all to start and run. – First Off and Most Importantly the Volunteers– BFB is set up specifically to get kids of any age involved. Daycares, scout groups, 4H, classrooms or any group with kids at any age (or if you just have one child that you would like to get accustomed to doing good for the community.) At least one adult to plan…

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    NIH Wastes Your Money

    Watchdog group skeptical as OHSU cries “breakthrough” with Spindle Transfer Research announcement Portland, OR —Today, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) has announced the birth of twin monkeys named Mito and Tracker, the subjects of Dr. Shoukhrat Mitalipov’s spindle transfer experiment. Based on the limited information available on Mitalipov’s recent Nature article, In Defense of Animals (IDA) is unable to comment immediately on the details of this particular research. However, based on OHSU’s history, this announcement is likely to be just the latest in a long line of non-human primate results heralded as “breakthroughs” by OHSU, only to be forgotten when they fail to produce the cures and treatments they…

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    A Great Blue Bird House School Project

    Recently I came across this article and thought it was a brilliant idea for a 4th grade class elementary school project. Worthy of posting to let as many as possible know about it, 70 bluebird houses were added to a community!  This project taught many lessons, including bluebird conservation. Atlas of Student Action for the Planet WILDLIFE Bluebird Houses Forty-nine students built 70 bluebird houses to hang throughout the neighborhood. The wood was provided by the EPA and was cut by a wonderful volunteer. We then had a great day doing a multitude of math activities based on the geometry of the pieces and then assembled them in the classroom…

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