The goal of my project is to build 15 wood duck nesting boxes and install them in Rosedale Park, Lawrence Township, along the Stony Brook a major tributary of the Millstone. I will supervise the installation of the wood duck boxes along the bank of the Stony Brook in a secluded area near the waters edge. Each wood duck box will need to be separated by 600 yards from the next closest wood duck box. The boxes will be made out of Cedar wood. The boxes will be installed off the ground attached to a steel pipe. The boxes will be placed at least four feet above the water level. Each box will have clear flight path for the hen wood duck. Each box will have a metal predator guard, which will be placed six to twelve inches below the bottom of the box. This will function to keep predators, such as raccoons from reaching the ducklings inside the box. I have researched the best placement for success. Lawrenceville township would benefit because the residents will have the ability to see a flourishing wood duck population in their area. The wood ducks would also benefit since it would be easier for them to find a proper shelter near water to nest and ensure safety of the chicks. The wood duck is one of most beautiful of our local waterfowl.