Access students made six bird houses and, in cooperation with the Lovcen National Park, the bird houses are settled on trees in a visible and protected place in the National Park. This community service activity was inspired by the environment and the nature, where Access students and teachers performed the activities of the summer camp. This contribution was very well received by the National Park staff that works in the Park and ensures its preservation. The students were very enthusiastic about this activity and made six different bird houses showing creativity and readiness to leave something in the Park as a trace of human love for nature. At the same time, the other aim of this activity was to show an example of voluntary work and to encourage other visitors of the National Park to be active and contribute in any similar way.