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Each year Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s annual meeting provides an opportunity for members to gather, celebrate another year of accomplishments, and hear an interesting guest speaker. This year we are excited to have T’ai Roulston, curator of the State Arboretum of Virginia and a research associate professor in the Environmental Sciences Department at the University of Virginia. Roulston will be presenting a program called “Understanding, appreciating, and conserving Virginia’s wild bees.” While the European honey bee is the best known of our…Find out more »
Book signing, refreshments and viewing of live owls followed by program at 7:00 p.m. Save the date and join Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy for a celebration of owls to kick off 2018! As the main feature of this celebration, award-winning photographer Paul Bannick will present his new program featuring video, sound and stories from the field as he teaches us about all 19 species of North American owls and the habitats they need to thrive. Paul uses intimate yet dramatic images…Find out more »
Each year Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Annual Meeting provides an opportunity for members to gather, celebrate another year of accomplishments and hear an interesting guest speaker. This year we are excited to have Mike Hayslett presenting “20 Years of Vernal Pool Conservation in Loudoun County.” Mike will do a timeline of discoveries, educational activities that have been held over the years, as well as monitoring and conservation programs conducted throughout the period. If you’re not yet a member or need to…Find out more »
This is our 24th annual meeting and we have a lot to share! Our speaker is our area’s local naturalist, environmental educator, and highly entertaining storyteller and Capital Naturalist, Alonso Abugattas, who will talk to us about the importance of insects and their importance in our everyday lives. There will be a short business meeting and presentation of Volunteer of the Year awards, LCPS Regional Science Fair winners, and Roger Tory Peterson Young Naturalists. We’ll also have light refreshments, so…Find out more »
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