Nest

James Sieber, a senior at Patterson High School, examines a robin's nest with two eggs, uncovered by the students while pruning shrubs and trees outside their school. 37 trees were planted along Kane Street at Patterson High School for Earth Day through a partnership of the Baltimore Ravens and Constellation Exelon, with support from M&T Bank and Parks and People. The Ravens "Sacks for Seeds" program plants one tree for each sack during the season. Employees from the Ravens, Constellation, and M&T worked with students from Patterson H.S. to plant redbud, white oak, and pin oak trees, and well as prune existing trees and shrubs.

( Amy Davis, Baltimore Sun / April 22, 2013 )

James Sieber, a senior at Patterson High School, examines a robin's nest with two eggs, uncovered by the students while pruning shrubs and trees outside their school. 37 trees were planted along Kane Street at Patterson High School for Earth Day through a partnership of the Baltimore Ravens and Constellation Exelon, with support from M&T Bank and Parks and People. The Ravens "Sacks for Seeds" program plants one tree for each sack during the season. Employees from the Ravens, Constellation, and M&T worked with students from Patterson H.S. to plant redbud, white oak, and pin oak trees, and well as prune existing trees and shrubs.

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