BRENT: "Hello, this is Brent Mattson from the Bremer Outdoor Team and welcome to this segment of Bremer Outdoors. We've got a special guest this week with Joe Super from the Minot school system and we've got another special guest, don't we Joe?"
JOE SUPER: "This is Allison Ray, one of my juniors, she's on the Envriothon team and an outdoor enthusiast extraordinaire."
BRENT: "What we're doing today is, Joe and Allison have been, uh, the wood duck project. You've got some wood duck houses around and you're analyzing them, success ratios, things like that. Let's show the folks here exactly what you do here."
JOE SUPER: "Alright, so we've got a little camera. It's on a remote timer. And Allison's going to put it up into the wood duck box and we'll try get a picture of the eggs or whatever's going on inside the house. I've been seeing a lot of activity in this nest. So a lot of people sit up on top of it. The ducks, I just hope I got in there. Oh yes. She's in there. We got a female on the nest."
BRENT: "Well Joe and Allison thank you so much for helping us out today with the segment. And also really helping us, this community, with the duck production with the wood duck and mergansers. That's just outstanding.
And that's it for this week's segment of Bremer Outdoors. If you'd like to learn more about the Bremer Outdoor Team and how we're taking action with Minot area youth, just give us a call at the bank today. Remember, Bremer is taking action outdoors."