Great Lakes Tree Service assists Audubon
Great Lakes Tree Service recently donated its time to remove a large White Pine tree in order to safely build the Pamela A. Westrom Wildlife Habitat at the Audubon Community Nature Center.
“We are all sad to see this tree go,” said Audubon Executive Director Leigh Rovegno. “Our Land Use Management Committee members agreed that, unfortunately, the tree posed a hazard to the construction of the new facility. We are all incredibly grateful to Great Lakes Tree Service for their help in removing the tree.”
Portions of the pine tree will be saved to be sawn into boards that can be used on the interior of the new building and other projects at Audubon.
With the support of donors, construction has begun on the Pamela A. Westrom Wildlife Habitat that will include an animal care room that is large enough for private tours and three to four animal enclosures. It is being built next to Liberty the Bald Eagle’s enclosure to create a corridor of wildlife for visitors to enjoy. Visit AudubonNCN.org/pawwh to find out more.