Prince William Conservation Alliance
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Under the Stars - PWCA Fundraiser Party
Sunday, October 15, beginning at 6pm

The Occoquan Greenway Trail - Ten Year Anniversary Hike!
Saturday, October 28, 10am

Bird Walk at Merrimac Farm WMA
Last Sunday of every month beginning at 8:00am... except for December, when we host the Nokesville Christmas Bird Count.

Most of our programs are free of change thanks to the generous support from people like you!

View our local nature calendar here.

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Questions? Contact PWCA at 703.490.5200, alliance@pwconserve.org

 
Under the Stars!

When: Sunday, October 15, 6:00 to 9:00pm

Where: Home of Cindy Smith and Rick Linsday in Nokesville

RSVP by October12.
Buy tickets online here or contact us at 703.499.4954, alliance@ pwconserve.org

Casual attire. Please RSVP for directions!

Prince William Conservation Alliance Fundraiser
Celebrating 15 Years of Success
Get your tickets here!

Under the StarsJoin us under the stars for good food, drinks, conversation, and seven minute presentations by:

Julie Flanagan
Warbler Invasion

Dave Govoni
Birds, Bugs, and More
Biodiversity in Your Backyard

Anna Ritter
Native Plants and Naughty Neighbors

Judy Gallagher
Damsels in Distress (Dragons Too)

Kim Hosen
From the Mountain to the Shores

The Occoquan Greenway Trail - Ten Year Anniversary Hike!

When: Sat, Oct 28, 2017 at 10am

Where: Meet in the parking lot of Lake Ridge Park, 12373 Cotton Mill Road, directions

RSVP required to alliance@ pwconserve.org or 703.499.4954
Join us for a fun day outside, get a little exercise, meet new friends, and support the expansion of trails in Prince William.

Phoebe by Julia FlanaganSponsored by Prince William Conservation Alliance and Prince William Streams and Trails Coalition

Ten years ago we led the first hike down the Occoquan Greenway Trail from McCoart Government Center to the Town of Occoquan, beginning a community effort to improve conditions and open the trail to the public.

Today, about 2.4 miles of contiguous trail is available for hiking, from Lake Ridge Park to Cotton Mill Drive.  

On October 28, we will hike about 7 miles, beginning at Lake Ridge Park and ending in the Town of Occoquan about three hours later. Transportation back to your car at Lake Ridge Park is provided.

The trail surfaces include well-established natural surfaces, cleared paths in the woods, blacktop paths, sidewalks along streets and fair-weather stream crossings, which may include some steep banks.

Please dress accordingly – we recommend long pants, sturdy hiking shoes, a hat and long socks. Bring a bag lunch, plenty of water, binoculars, and a camera to capture the beautiful scenery along the way! Click here to read about previous hikes.

Bird Walks at Merrimac Farm

When: On the last Sunday of every month at 8am

Where: Meet at Merrimac Farm, Stone House, 15014 Deepwood Lane, Nokesville

Phoebe by Julia FlanaganWe'll look for birds as we travel through the uplands to the edge of the floodplain, covering a variety of habitats, including open fields and woodland edges. Everyone is welcome.

Dress for the weather, bring binoculars and cameras. More info and RSVP (appreciated) to PWCA , 703.499.4954 or alliance@pwconserve.org.

View the bird list for Merrimac Farm HERE.

 

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Prince William Conservation Alliance is a nonprofit watershed organization serving Prince William and surrounding communities. We're working to explore, enjoy and protect our natural areas, and increase community involvement in stewardship opportunities.