Today began our work with the Main Brook community, and especially the youth in the town. With an early start, we prepared and then presented a 30 minute presentation to a group of students (grades K through 6) at the local school on the bird population in the area. There was also a basic introduction to binocular use and animal spotting through an activity in the gym. Both of us were very involved due to our role as birds in which we ran around with paper maché heads on while the group of twenty students at the assembly scoped us down with their binoculars. The afternoon we were given off as the drizzling weather interrupted our construction job. We were given a much deserved break and the rest of the day we spent exploring the wilderness around the cabin, napping, and preparing for dinner.