Although they will cross over into Boy Scouts next week, the boys hope to come back to the park in the spring, and see if their houses are occupied by bluebirds.
"You will have been an integral part of brining bluebirds, the state bird, back to Saratoga Spa State Park," said Jones Rafferty.
Scout Trevor Tuxill said, "I'm doing this because I want to help out. Because when we're dead, and the younger ones don't see a bluebird, it will be our fault."
Jones Rafferty said, "The project would not have been possible with all the help of all the volunteers, and parent support.""