To celebrate spring migration Loudoun Wildlife sponsors a series of walks, which start at 8:00 am, in several of Loudoun’s richest natural areas. We are also holding a Big Sit at Morven Park. Registration is required for all walks, but not the Big Sit.
For more information and to register, click on the links below.
Saturday, April 24: Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship bird walk.
Tuesday, April 27: Birding the Dulles Greenway Wetlands
Saturday, May 1: Sunrise to 4:00 pm: Big Sit at Morven Park (Rain date May 2). Join our bird walk leaders any time during the day at Morven Park. Stay for a few minutes or a few hours. We’ll hang out near the Gatehouse and watch, listen for, and talk about birds. If you are interested in bird watching, but haven’t yet given it a try, come on out! If you are limited in mobility and want to attend a relatively stationary birding event, then this is for you. If you want to just hang out with other people and talk about birds and nature, then come on by — everyone is welcome! In 2019, we found 64 different species of birds including Ruby-throated Hummingbirds and several species of warblers.
Monday, May 3: Goodstone Inn bird walk.
Wednesday, May 5: JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary bird walk.
Saturday, May 8: Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve bird walk.
Monday, May 10: Beagle Club/Institute Farm and Mt. Pleasant, Aldie bird walk,
Wednesday, May 12: JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary bird walk.
Sunday, May 16: Bles Park bird walk.
Thursday, May 20: Birding South Ashburn
Saturday, May 22. Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship bird walk.