The weather was perfect for exhibiting at the Goose Creek Association’s Fall Festival at the Aldie Mill on September 19....
To protect the environmentally sensitive habitat and rare species, JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary is not open for general public...
Although no snails turned up in the net, the team did discover some snail eggs! Photo by Amy Ulland. Shortly...
Phil Daley, Certified Monitor and Regional Trainer, has monitored the Crooked Run stream site since 2008. While the site is...
Colette Berrebi at her stream site on the Black Branch. Photo by Amy Ulland A lovely section of Black Branch...
Great Blue Heron visits site. Photo by Amy Ulland. On April 17, lead monitor and regional trainer Dave Manning and...
A rather large Fantail Darter fish found its way into the collection net as well. Thanks to Fisheries Biologist and...
Certified stream monitor Dave Manning supervises the Virginia Save Our Streams approved method for sampling macros from the South Fork...
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