Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy Offers Bird Watching Weekend at Blue Ridge Center

Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy Offers Bird Watching Weekend at Blue Ridge Center

Bird watching is one of the most enjoyed outdoor activities for the leisure-explorer these days. Watchers bring along their binoculars and roam across the United States just to see all of the different kinds of birds they can catalogue and experience. For these people, bird watching is not only educational but, a fun and relaxing hobby that gets them out of the house and into the great outdoors.

To create more awareness about the beauty of wildlife and to encourage its preservation, The Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy is hosting a bird watching program at the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship. It will be a fun and exciting bird walk that will let participants, from novices to mature ornithologists, experience the wildlife first hand.

Located in 11661 Harpers Ferry Rd, Purcellville, VA, Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship is a nonprofit organization that features a lovely 900 acres wildlife preserve. There are deep woods, habitats, streams, meadows and farms that allow visitors to experience and enjoy all that nature has to offer.

The Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Birding program is held every fourth Saturday of each month, except December. This month, it will be held on August 24, Saturday at 8 a.m. Participants are encouraged to bring their own binoculars!

Dorri Scott
Publisher,
Loudoun Woman Magazine

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