In this episode we talk all about skunks – their lives and times, how to get one out of a window well and why they’re a gardener’s best friend.
In this episode we talk all about opossums, their life cycles, behaviors and what to do if one gets in our house.
In this episode we talk about vultures and their lifecycles by sharing a reading from one of John Trott’s articles from The Virginia Naturalist.
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.
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.
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.
Woo Hoo! We’ve lauched our LWC Podcast/Audio Newsletter. Through this new media, we plan to bring you all sorts of interesting news and information that we can’t put in print….like interviews with local naturalists, recordings from the field as well as special species accounts, activities for you and your family to get out into our wild places, and more.
- Writing in Nature: Conversations with Trees
- Volunteers Remove Invasive Wavyleaf Basketgrass at JK Black Oak
- Record Number of Teams Joins Annual Birdathon
- Loudoun Wildlife Supporters Come Together for Annual Meeting
- Butterflies and Clearwing Moths Found at the Willowsford Wet Meadow
- Book Review: A Natural History of the Future by Rob Dunn
- Action Alerts/Advocacy (48)
- Annual Meeting (10)
- Audubon At Home (11)
- Birdathon (38)
- Birds (56)
- Books & Publications (55)
- Citizen Science (121)
- Eagle Cam (18)
- Field Trips (354)
- Fundraising (14)
- Habitat (133)
- Habitat Herald (377)
- Habitat Restoration (106)
- Highlights (50)
- JK Black Oak Wildlife Sanctuary (33)
- Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy (70)
- Loudoun's Great Places (18)
- Monarchs (51)
- Native Plants (39)
- Nature Quotes (164)
- News & Events (190)
- Species Checklists (6)
- Surveys and Counts (152)
- The Archives (144)
- Uncategorized (85)
- Volunteers (36)
- Wildlife News (243)
- Youth & Family (43)