These workshops are held annually in January at different locations on the bayou. If you’re interested in learning how to build, install, and manage your own wood duck or eastern blue birds nest box, or if you just want to purchase a box already built and learn how to manage it, then come to this workshop. These workshops are a great opportunity for those living near Bayou Teche to have hands-on involvement in the ecological improvement of the watershed while at the same time witnessing the fruits of their labor as young wood ducks and blue birds emerge from their boxes. Contact: Patti Holland at 337-277-4645 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The TECHE Project is integrating our wood duck nest box program with a new initiative, Mile-Marker Signs. If you live on Bayou Teche and would like to be a cooperator in our wood duck box/Mile-Marker Initiative, all you need to do is maintain a wood duck box with predator guard along the bank line, and then let us know that you are interested in the Program. We will GPS your location and then supply you with a mile-marker sign to place on your box. As paddlers come down the Bayou Teche Paddle Trail, they will know where they are located by the mile markers, and you will know that you are doing something to promote the paddle trail and to promote wood duck nesting success. Two cool things wrapped up in one nest box!