WVWA offers programming for all those interested in birding, bird biology and conservation, and learning to bird by sight and sound. Bird walks and trips will be led by Staff Naturalist, Margaret Rohde, and take place on WVWA’s beautiful preserves or other local birding spots.
During most walks, species seen or heard will be recorded and the information will be submitted to eBird, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s online database. eBird is an important resource where birders can share their sightings, and help ornithologists and conservation biologists track bird abundance and distribution across the globe.
We hope you’ll join us in taking advantage of all the great birding our area has to offer, and help us as we collect valuable data.
2016 Bird Walks & Programs
Registration required for all walks and programs!
Members and children under 12: Free
Sunday, October 23rd, 8:00 a.m. - Willow Lake Farm Preserve
Sunday, October 23rd, 6:00 p.m. - Pie, Cider, and Owls! At Four Mills Reserve
Saturday, November 12th, 8:00 a.m. - Crossways Preserve
Bird Banding Demonstration
Bird Banding at WVWA's MAPS station has limited space and registration is required.
2017 date TBD - check back soon!
2017 Birding Trips
We're working on our spring calendar - check back soon!