To celebrate spring migration Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy sponsors a series of walks in several of Loudoun’s richest natural areas. All of them require registration (except The Big Sit) and start at 8:00 am, except for the evening walk at the Dulles Wetlands and The Big Sit.
For more information and to register, click on the links below.
The Birdathon is also taking place from April 22 – May 21. Be sure to support your favorite Birdathon team.
Saturday, April 22: Birding the Blue Ridge Center
Read about the walk: First-of-season Birds and Blooming Wildflowers on Walk at Blue Ridge Center
Tuesday, April 25: Dulles Greenway Wetlands evening walk
Read about the walk: Evening Walk at Dulles Greenway Wetlands Was Fairly Quiet
Saturday, April 29: Broad Run Stream Valley Park bird walk in Ashburn
Read about the walk: Wet Walk at Broad Run Finds 58 Bird Species and a Northern Cricket Frog
Wednesday, May 3: Goodstone Inn bird walk in southwestern Loudoun
Read about the walk: Cliff Swallow Puts in Unexpected Appearance During Goodstone Inn Walk
Saturday, May 6. Sunrise to 4:00 pm: The Big Sit at Morven Park. No registration necessary.
Monday, May 8: Beagle Club/Institute Farm bird walk in Aldie
Read about the walk: Red-headed Woodpeckers Delighted Birders on May 8 Bird Walk
Wednesday, May 10: JK Black Oak Wildlilfe Sanctuary bird walk near Lucketts
Saturday, May 13: Birding Banshee
Read about the walk: Plenty of Migrants Seen on Banshee Reeks Bird Walk
Sunday, May 21: Birding Bles Park
Read about the walk: Pileated Woodpecker Nestlings Are Highlight of Bles Park Walk
Rescheduled from May 7:
Sunday, May 28: Izaak Walton League bird walk near Leesburg