There have been many student projects throughout the years at Tule
Ponds. Below are some of the successful projects that help create a
habitat for wild animals that can survive in an urban wetland. If
you are interested in a project, please contact Dr. Joyce Blueford (email@example.com)
to learn how you can be part of this Wetland in the City.
GRAND OPENING, 2003
|Natasha Sandor -
Mission San Jose, Service Learning Project, June, 2003
Natasha constructed 10 nesting boxes for tree swallows that line
Fault Trail facing Tule Ponds. This project helped her better
understand animals behavior and habitat while supporting the local
bird population. Her project was supervised by Sandy
Ferreira, a ranger for City of Fremont.