At Noble Middle School, although we have trees and bushes that surround our school campus, we are situated in the midst of a very busy business section of the city. As a class, we wanted to provide a habitat for wildlife, so we voted on a project that we could do to address this need. After doing some research, we determined that the Carolina Chickadee would be our focus. We wanted to create a habitat for the birds by creating birdhouses, provide food to attract them, and signs to educate others at our school about the Carolina Chickadee. We also are making signs that we will post around the birdhouses to teach others about the work of the Jane Goodall Institute's Roots & Shoots clubs.