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Young Birding: Bird and Amphibian Walk at JK Black Oak
March 9 @ 9:00 am
Join Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Young Birding Program and Amphibian Monitoring Program for a bird and amphibian walk at JK Black Oak. We will explore part of the sanctuary searching for birds, frogs, and other amphibians. Along the way we will give bird and amphibian identification tips and fun facts about JK Black Oak’s vernal pools and wildlife. This is a great way to up your game, meet other young people interested in wildlife, and explore JK Black Oak. The sanctuary is one of Loudoun’s premier vernal pool habitats and is normally closed to the public. Bring binoculars if you have them (we’ll have a couple loaners), and wear appropriate shoes for wet, unpaved trails. This walk is exclusively for young people ages 13–20; parent/guardian welcome. Limit 10. Directions will be provided to registered participants prior to the walk. Registration required.
Note: Due to the environmentally sensitive habitat and rare species, JK Black Oak is not open for general public access.
Questions: Contact Patrick Lewis at email@example.com