Egg-citing Times at Woodland



Cameron County Outdoor Youth Activities (CCOYA) recently delivered 500 pheasant eggs to Cameron County School District.

This year there are 11 classrooms at the Woodland School and one in the High School that are participating in the program. Each classroom is equipped with an incubator that is hoped to hatch about 40 eggs.

“I would like to thank Rowan’s Outback Game Birds for helping us keep our program alive,” said Don Bickford of CCOYA.

“This program has become a tradition for our School District and was in jeopardy due to Pa. Game Commission closing several pheasant farms.  With Scott Rowan’s help we can continue as we have in the past.”

When eggs arrived at the school Mr. Porkolab and some of the third grade students took on the responsibility to deliver the eggs to the classrooms.


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