Around 18 novice and experienced birders joined leaders Mary Ann Good and Laura Weidner for the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s monthly...
You may see them flying over head, often at top speeds, dashing and turning as they chitter away. With their cigar-shaped...
Chimney Swifts are fast agile fliers that have adapted their nesting behavior to the use of human structures like chimneys and church steeples. They are amazing to watch and appreciate. Chimney Swifts have used our chimney each summer since 1999, arriving in our chimney from Peru on almost the same day each year. In this episode, I share with you a bit about this amazing bird.
Field trip report from Joe Coleman (and a photo of a Field Sparrow): Twenty-five people showed up for the Loudoun...
Received this great email on Bobolinks from Joe Coleman this morning: This morning I observed 4 BOBOLINKS, 3 adult males...
We had a wonderful walk at Banshee on Saturday. Fifteen people came out for the walk and we were delighted...
The Center for Conservation Biology at the College of William & Mary still needs volunteers to adopt Nightjar Survey routes...
Many grassland birds, including Northern Bobwhites, Grasshopper Sparrows, Bobolinks, Eastern Meadowlarks, and Dickcissels, have experienced significant declines in recent years...
Vol. 13 Issue 1, Spring 2008 By Kerry Bzdyk Photo by Spring Ligi Loudoun County is home to a great...
Vol. 13 Issue 4, Winter 2008 By Nicole Hamilton For Part 1, click here: https://loudounwildlife.org/2008/10/loudouns-woodpeckers-part-1-2/ Woodpeckers are unique birds that...
- Herons, Warblers, Bald Eagles and More at Blue Ridge Center
- Join Us for the Butterfly Count on August 6
- Volunteer Spotlight: Sue Robinson
- Father’s Day Walk at Bles Park Finds a Mississippi Kite
- ADVOCACY ALERT: Protect JK Black Oak from Bypass by Emailing Now or Speaking on June 21
- Birdathon Donations Take Flight
- Action Alerts/Advocacy (44)
- Annual Meeting (9)
- Audubon At Home (10)
- Birdathon (37)
- Birds (56)
- Books & Publications (54)
- Citizen Science (121)
- Eagle Cam (18)
- Field Trips (351)
- Fundraising (14)
- Habitat (133)
- Habitat Herald (372)
- Habitat Restoration (105)
- Highlights (47)
- JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary (32)
- Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy (70)
- Loudoun's Great Places (18)
- Monarchs (51)
- Native Plants (39)
- Nature Quotes (164)
- News & Events (187)
- Species Checklists (6)
- Surveys and Counts (152)
- The Archives (144)
- Uncategorized (85)
- Volunteers (34)
- Wildlife News (239)
- Youth & Family (42)