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Posted 3/28/2013

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By Don Henson

Clearwater Lake Park Ranger Don Henson accepts a donation of 32 bluebird houses from a long time camper, Roy Jennings of Park Hills, Mo.

Jennings an avid outdoorsman and camper enjoys viewing and feeding wildlife, and since the bluebird is the Missouri state bird he could think of no better way to pass along his passion than by making and donating these wonderful houses.

 Jennings’ bluebird houses will be placed throughout River Road Park and along the Black River Hike and Bike Trail for easy visitor viewing. The bird houses will be installed by local scout groups from Piedmont, Mo., during the 2013 National Public Lands Day scheduled for April 13.

Clearwater Lake personnel would like to thank Jennings and the local scout groups for their generous donations and giving their time and talents to help Clearwater Lake continue being the “hidden jewel of the Ozarks.”  

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