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Scott Marnoy

Students on the For the Birds unbounded program pose for a group photo to commemorate their act of weeding. The grass they were weeding is a type of invasive plant that will hurt the local ecosystem. Every bird in the area depends on the native plants to survive, and the invasive grass will cause the birds to suffer from lack of food or loss of habitat. Webb students are helping to protect the birds and the local ecosystem.

For the Birds: A Study in Observation, Inspiration and Creation