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Bats are one of the most misunderstood mammals we know yet they play an important role in our ecosystem and are beautiful to watch. Listen to this episode to learn more about the Bats of Loudoun.
Field trip report from Joe Coleman (and a photo of a Field Sparrow): Twenty-five people showed up for the Loudoun...
When you have found a bird’s nest, you have found him out. You have found the very center of his...
In this podcast we give a brief talk about the stages of the lifecycle of butterflies and things you can do to attract them to your yard.
We had a great walk led by Andy Rabin and Mona Miller. Eighteen people of all ages came out to...
Received this great email on Bobolinks from Joe Coleman this morning: This morning I observed 4 BOBOLINKS, 3 adult males...
Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The...
In this episode we talk about one of our local amphibians, the Gray Tree Frog, as a group of them provide a chorus in the background.
We had a wonderful walk at Banshee on Saturday. Fifteen people came out for the walk and we were delighted...
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