Bluebird Society member James "Jim" Free donated a dozen bluebird nestboxes to Chemin-A-Haut State Park last week.
Free said he has a love for bluebirds, and he cannot wait to see more of them in the State Park.
"There's a lot of beauty in this world," he said. "Bluebirds are a big part of that."
CEO of Morehouse Economic Development Corporation Kay King said that bluebirds help to catch a lot of insects that may be bothersome to individuals trying to have a fun day at the park.
King also said that the birding industry brings in billions of dollars of revenue every year.
"We are hoping to attract bird-watching groups and bring more tourism to the area," she said.
The plan is to apply to make the park a Bluebird Sanctuary, King said.
Chemin-A-Haut Maintenance Supervisor Michael Jones said the project will be completed within the next couple of weeks.
"It's really positive and encouraging to see that the community is getting involved to make this park even more beautiful than it is already," he said.