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Karla Etten, coordinator of Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s bluebird monitoring program, will provide an orientation on nestbox monitoring and the protocol used in Loudoun for collecting and reporting data. She will give an overview of the program, discuss the current trails being monitored around Loudoun and take us through a slide show about bluebirds, their nesting habits, habitat needs and preferred foods. Tips on gardening for bluebirds will be discussed as well as the use of natural cavities and nestboxes. A…Find out more »
Learn how you can avoid spending your summer watering your plants in your garden or mowing your grass lawn. Using natives in your home garden is a smart choice. You will learn tips on how you can get started, who can help you, where you can buy native plants, and how you can make a small change in your garden that makes a big difference in helping butterflies and pollinators. Registration required. Questions: Contact email@example.com Fill out my LGL form!Find out more »
We all know about the European honeybee, but what about the native bees that live here in Loudoun? These native bees help pollinate your ornamental and edible plants. At this Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy sponsored event, you’ll learn about the many fascinating and bee-utiful native bees that live in our gardens and the plants that support them. You will get a close-up look at Mason and Leafcutter Bees, discuss some simple ways that you can attract native bees in your garden,…Find out more »
Will feeding birds stop them from migrating in winter? What can you do to best help backyard birds make it through winter snows, ice storms, and less food from insects, plants, and trees? Join Sherri Bartlett, owner of Wild Birds Unlimited in Ashburn, as she addresses these and other questions you might have about birds in winter. This talk is sponsored by Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy. Questions: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more »
Join wildlife rehabilitator and educator with Secret Garden Birds and Bees, Liz Dennison and Belinda Burwell of Wildlife Veterinary Care in Boyce for an informative Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy program about raptors and their place in our natural world. The program will be followed by an opportunity for everyone to personally visit, interact with and take photos with their ambassador birds. All are welcome! No Registration Required. Questions: Contact email@example.com.Find out more »
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