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Join several leaders from Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy at the beautiful Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship (BRCES) in northwestern Loudoun County for a fun-filled outing discussing the abundant and diverse wildlife that exists at the center. We’ll walk through fields full of late summer wildflowers and the extensive woods that border Butterfly Alley discussing the many insects, birds, and wildflowers that thrive in this rich area, which will become the first state park in Loudoun County. Meet at the parking…Find out more »
Join us at the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship (BRCES) for this monthly walk. We will explore parts of this beautiful 900-acre preserve and see what lives in this diverse habitat. The focus is birds but we'll see what else lives and grows in this special place. This outing takes place every fourth Saturday of the month except in December. Meet at the Education Center; bring binoculars if you have them. Detailed directions to the Center can be found…Find out more »
Take a break in nature with us on this monthly walk at the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship. We will explore parts of this beautiful 900-acre preserve and see what lives in and visits this diverse habitat. This family-friendly birdwalk takes place every fourth Saturday of the month except in December. Meet at the Education Center; bring binoculars if you have them. The center is located just north of Neersville at 11661 Harpers Ferry Road (Route 671); detailed directions…Find out more »
VeeryPhoto by Gerry Hawkins Join Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Phil Daley to explore the varied habitats of the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship, a future state park, during late fall. While many people stay indoors during the cooler months, others enjoy the beauty of a season when the sky is so clear you can see forever and the sun casts the longest shadows. During this free family-friendly hike, watch for the many birds, mammals, and insects that over-winter here and examine…Find out more »
As the days get cooler and frost is in the air, deciduous trees and shrubs put on an autumn show in all shades of red, yellow, orange, and purple. Join Emily Southgate and Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy for a walk in the woodlands of Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship, this beautiful reserve in northwestern Loudoun County, to enjoy all the colors that Mother Nature provides this time of year. We’ll discuss various tree species and why trees change their color in…Find out more »
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