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November 30, 2016

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Our home base is at Morven Park in Leesburg.
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17195 Southern Planter Ln., Ste. 100

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By appointment. Email contact@loudounwildlife.org or call 703-777-2575.

email: info@loudounwildlife.org

Mailing address:
Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy
PO Box 1892
Leesburg, VA 20177



News and Highlights

Make a tax-deductible gift! If you have not yet joined or renewed your membership for 2017, please do so now. It’s easy! Submit your payment online or return the form that you may have received recently in the mail. Your membership dollars support Loudoun Wildlife’s nature education, citizen science, habitat restoration, and conservation advocacy efforts — endeavors that help wildlife and improve your quality of life. Remember, your membership is tax deductible — and memberships make great gifts too! Receive benefits such as discounts at area retailers when you donate at least $25. Thank you for your generosity!

Have your say about the future of Loudoun. The “Envision Loudoun” workshops in December are aimed at gathering your ideas that will be considered for the New Comprehensive Plan, which will serve as Loudoun County government’s guiding document for land use and development for the foreseeable future. Make time to attend one of the sessions: The Western Loudoun Workshop will be held Monday, December 5, at 7 p.m. at Woodgrove High School, 36811 Allder School Rd., Purcellville. A second workshop will be held on Thursday, December 8, at 7 p.m. at the Cascades Senior Center, 21060 Whitfield Place, Sterling. Find out more about the “Envision Loudoun” workshops here.

Become our Butterfly Count Coordinator. The volunteer who fills this position is the chief organizer of the Annual Butterfly Count, which provides insights into the health of wildlife habitat in Loudoun County. This person works with count leaders and participants, compiling and reporting data about butterfly diversity and numbers to the North American Butterfly Association. While an interest in butterflies is a plus, requirements for this position include attention to detail, experience with Excel spreadsheets, good communication and organization skills, and a warm/welcoming demeanor. Mentoring will be provided throughout the first year. For additional information, please contact Kelly Senser, volunteer coordination and outreach specialist, at ksenser@loudounwildlife.org.

Summary of Upcoming Events

  • Morven Park Nature Walk — Sunday, December 4, 8:00 a.m. 
  • Birding Banshee — Saturday, December 10, 8:00 a.m. 
  • Christmas Bird Count Primer: Beginner Birding for Youth & Families — Saturday, December 10, 9:00 – 12:00 p.m., Claude Moore Park.
  • Central Loudoun Christmas Bird Count — Wednesday, December 28.
    Special Thanks to the Dulles Greenway for their generous donation from their annual "Drive for Charity"

Brown Thrasher Photo by Nicole Hamilton.


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