School project is for the birds
Heritage Elementary gets OK for 12 chickens in coop
July 21, 2013
by Ryan Boldrey
Constructed this summer at Heritage Elementary School in Highlands Ranch as part of two Eagle Scout projects, the coop and accompanying run — built from recycled material and discount wood — are now home to a dozen birds, including Salmon Faverolle, Speckled Sussex, Rhode Island Reds and Plymouth Barred Rocks.
Learn more about Heritage Elementary’s birds over at Our Colorado News!
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