|Bles Park, located in Ashburn, Virginia, is a 124 acre park that includes 94-acres of passive park land with walking, birding and hiking trails.
Trails run along fields, wetlands and a stream which offer a nice diversity of species. In the spring and summer you can hear Cricket frogs, Pickerel frogs, and Gray Tree Frogs calling.
Bles is a great place to see a variety of migratory song birds as well as those summer warblers that nest here. Beautiful wildflowers bring in a great diversity of butterflies and dragonflies and damselflies hunt the stream edges and fields.
Learn more about Bles Park by checking out our article from the Habitat Herald: Suburban Bles Park Offers a Welcome Retreat
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy conducts periodic bird walks and butterfly and dragonfly walks at Bles Park as well as general nature walks. Watch our Calendar of Programs and Field Trips for upcoming walks.
You can read our field trip reports from past nature walks at Bles Park on our Blog.