Volume 27 Issue 2, Spring 2022 by Gerco Hoogeweg, JK Black Oak Committee Co-chair Drone view of the western meadow...
Volume 26 Issue 4, Fall 2021 by Jenny Erickson Amphibians, consisting in our area of frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts,...
On November 6 Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy, together with the Lucketts Ruritan Club, held the first trash clean-up day at JK...
When it comes to making things happen with Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy (LWC), it’s all about teamwork. A case in point...
JK Black Oak’s western meadow is one of the first sights visitors see when visiting the property. In the past...
Volume 26 Issue 3, Summer 2021 by Allison Gallo, JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary Committee Co-Chair, and Bryan Henson, Assistant...
Under the leadership of Gerco Hoogeweg, two work days were scheduled at JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary in July. Unusually...
Juvenile Garter Snake.Photo by Amy Ulland The July 24 night walk led by Jenny Erickson at the JK Black Oak...
It was a rather warm and muggy night for the amphibian walk on June 26. Fortunately, the heavy rains of...
Volume 26 Issue 2, Spring 2021 by Gerco Hoogeweg, JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary Committee Chair The vernal Big Pool...
- Beaverdam Run Tributary Site Has Unacceptable Ecological Score
- Pickerel Frog and Salamander Show Up for Black Branch Survey
- Chloride Monitoring Data
- Volunteer Spotlight: Jane Yocom
- Limestone Branch Tributary Continues to Receive High Scores for Water Quality
- Goldenrod Provides a Beautiful Backdrop for Birds at Blue Ridge Center
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