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Any suggestions for a unique eagle project?

I'm looking for an eagle project, and i want it to be away from the usual. I don't want it to be planting a flower garden, painting a wall, building a fence, etc. Does anybody have any ideas that are unique? Please share your experiences of eagle projects you've participated in or have seen or observed. Thank you.


  1. The idea of Eagle Project is not uncommon. The things which you have mentioned in your question (you don't want fence, panting, garden, etc. etc) are common and known to all. The word, "Unique" denotes that you want to have some very astonishing planning for your project. You project will become unique when you will have Natural Environment for your birds. Keep them as if they are human being. Birds must share some part of their life with men and women who come across with them. For this purpose you must have to establish your farm on the outskirt of the city, Open place but near with the river as also with the Natural forests or jungle. These things are very hard to establish, but you can do this provided you are determined and have financial support to do this work. Good Luck
  2. This is a partial list of 587 Eagle Scout projects that others have done. benches for fairgrounds Neighborhood Emergency Directory Pavilion Landscape Signs for Baseball Field Water Garden First aid kits for baseball leagues Foot path at emmons bog Art for Kids in Hospitals -- Kids Helping Kids Trail Restoration carnival booth Bikes Landscaping for New Fire Station Street Beautification homework center for for underprivileged children Building a Barn Arbors and Landscaping ARMED FORCES Memorial Gezebo Protect and Serve Office Construction Tool Shed Repaint Fire Hydrants Heart Screens For Teens Africa Dining Pavilion Reflection Garden Trail Steps Video Documentary Podiums homes for the homeless Community Paintball Field Historical Marker Database cottonwood hospital Foot Bridges Toiletries for the Homeless Painting an old school house Renovated an island in the school parking lot Why not make a trail? Little League Dugout Construction operation safe child Pioneer Park Interpretive Signage Relay for Life - Logistics animal protection fence Directional signs Church Hall Kitchen Renovation Honoring the Troops in Iraq My eagle Food Drive Is Your (House) Number Up? recycle day assistance. Smoke Detector Survey Brige Stairs and Trail Mobile Ham Radio Antenna Kits Recycle Printer Cartridges Hurricane Relief Potato Drive Fences Playground Mulch Trail parking lot Painting Giant USA Map Scout Summer Concert Series Barbeque The Two Rooms Sand and Stain park benches Sports field BUILDING A HUNTING RANGE Bike Drive Toy and Book Drive Cleaning up Brush for Fire-season Storm drain Park sign and gate Animals to kids. Donations for Kitten & Cat Rescue/Adoptions Heart Screens For Teens Elementary School Free Carnival Benches renovate church garden Fire ring, picnic tables and benches Support Orphanage in Ukraine Flagstone Pathway Built-in Bookcases for the Band Directors Project Woobie Perches Restoration at Camp Low ASSISTING NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION Dog houses for Healing Species Medical Equipment Drive War Veteran's Documentary trophy case 3 Double Swing Gates Built Bat Nurseries Walking trail informational sign Fishing Line Recycling Stations Memorial Food Drive Moose Island Wheelchair Board Walk on Boulder Lake Disability accessable walk ways in the City park Garbage Dumpster Enclosure Charity Bike Race Sign Project THE GREASTEST REWARD School Sign Parking Lot refurbishment Bread shelves Reading Room Foot Bridge Variety Show Raises Money for Care Packages Outdoor Fitness Center at Roosevelt Park School Landscaping Rebuild Habatat Pedestrian Footbridge Mitten Tree 1.2 miles of mulching a trail Trailhead Reconstruction Coat Drive Shoe Box Gifts Court Yard Landscaping Computer Troubleshooting Manual and Training Emergency Preparedness Kits Soup Kitchen Boy Scout Resource Manual for Natural Disasters Watershed DVD Flash Card Set of Deaf Agency Operation Christmas Child Bicycle Drive BBQ Grill for Nursing Home Residents and Family Memorial Garden PRE-SCHOOL PLAYARD UPGRADE Back to School Backpacks Flag pole, landscaping and watering system Church Hall Kitchen Remodel cemetary pavilon Barn Raising Collect Used Shoes Cemetery Survey Sound and Recording System Athletic Storage Shed Blood Drive Healthy Living Poster Contest Outdoor Stations of the Cross Baseball Field Restoration Cemetary Overhaul Quilt-A-Thon Lake Benches + Fence Outdoor Stage Handicap Access Ramp Flag Retiriment Church Beautification Frisbee Golf Course A carnival Cemetery Beautification Project Child Identification Cards U.S. Flag Retirment Ceremony Community Bulletin Board Deck construction Church Sitting Room Restoration Winter Food Drive Heavy wood clearing Benefit Concert campground restoration Free Kids Booth Glory to God Walking Path tree plantin Install a Computer Network - Chid Care Center Map of U.S.A. Concrete Bleacher Pads Ident-A-Kid Honor/Memorial Garden Vernal Pool Ancient Indian Waffle Garden Replica Trail Ramps helping the needy Church Painting Elementary School Outdoor Amphitheatre Re-landscape church parsonage Restoration of the Star of India. CHURCH CHAIRS & PAINTING flagpoles and retaining walls CHURCH CHAIRS AND PAINTED CURBING Main Camp Fire Ring community bug defense Fence for soccer fields Smithsonian War Archives http://www.scoutorama.com/contents/projects.cfm
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