Our Fall Newsletter was released. Read about the VMN behind the scenes tour of the Natural History Museum and Bles Park improvements.
Our Summer 2019 Newsletter has just been published – find it here.
This summary of our chapter’s annual report was created by the state program office and captures some of the high level details of our chapter and the value of the volunteer work done by the chapter.
Read it here .
The bat monitoring project has kicked off in earnest. For more information, contact Barbara E.
Results from Rust Monitoring:
Dates for monitoring:
6/13 – Wednesday – IWLA Field6/15 – Friday – Rust Sanctuary Pond6/17 – Sunday- IWLA Pond6/20 – IWLA Field6/22 – Rust Sanctuary Pond6/24 – IWLA Pond6/27 – IWLA Field6/29 – Rust Sanctuary Pond7/1 – IWLA Pond7/4 – IWLA Field
Get your latest newsletter here: http://www.vmnbansheereeks.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Bug_Bytes_Newsletter_Spring_2018_v3.pdf
Check out the fall edition to find out more about the Christmas Bird Counts, the Banshee Reeks outdoor classroom, upcoming volunteer and CE opportunities and general chapter happenings.
Applications are being accepted for the 2017 training program. Classes are led by experts and meet two Saturdays a month from September 2017 through April 2018. Each class will cover one or two topics such as local plants, mammals, birds, trees, fish, mammals, soils, weather and more, and typically include field exercises to further explore the subject discussed in the classroom.
The classes are held at Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve, at 21085 The Woods Road in Leesburg. The is open to those older 18 years old. See the course schedule. For more information, call 703-669-0889.