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Upcoming events

    • 07/20/2017
    • 07/21/2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve

    (Ages 18-over). Join us for this 2-day field camp that will provide you with an overview of basic archaeological field techniques, class time on Loudoun County history (15,000 years ago to present) with actual artifacts retrieved from Loudoun County sites, and about 8 hours of actual time excavating test units at Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve at a site that has previously yielded a quantity of prehistoric stone artifacts. You will be taught and guided by experienced archaeologists and have plenty of hands-on time excavating two or more test units at the lovely site overlooking scenic Goose Creek. No prior experience is necessary, just a desire to learn and a willingness to tolerate the usual Virginia summer heat while getting your hands and clothes dirty. This is a field camp, therefore preparation for multiple hours outside is a must (including potential use of the natural bathroom). This is a rare opportunity to work with professionals at Loudoun County's only nature preserve.

    Bring a reusable water bottle, lunch, and snacks. Bring bug spray, hat, and sunglasses. Dress for the weather, this class will go on rain or shine.

    Sign up through the PRCS on-line registration site (seats limited to 20).

    https://webtrac.loudoun.gov/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/splash.html?InterfaceParameter=1

    On the top right of the page you should see “Search for a class”.  Click "By Location" and then select "Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve".  Click "Search" on the next page.  You should then be able to select the class.

    • 08/23/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Banshee Reeks
    • 43

    Kathy Ford, Virginia Master Naturalist (Banshee Reeks Chapter) will discuss ongoing research at BRNP, fisher ecology, and history of the species in our area.  Light snacks provided.

    • 10/25/2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Banshee Reeks
    • 43

    Liz Dennison, Raptor Rehabilitation Specialist and Falconer, will discuss our local raptors with emphasis on owls.  She will provide tips on raptor watching, nesting boxes, and what we can do to encourage them to stay.  Light snacks provided.

Past events

07/08/2017 Birding Banshee
06/24/2017 Summer In the Reeks: BEE Outdoors Festival
06/21/2017 FOBR Educational Lecture: Our Native Bees and Research at Banshee
06/10/2017 Birding Banshee
05/20/2017 Come one Come all! 200th Volunteer Day Celebration at Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve
05/20/2017 200th Consecutive Volunteer Work Saturday Breakfast
05/13/2017 Birding Banshee
05/11/2017 Ferns, Fungi & Lichens
03/11/2017 Birding at Banshee
12/17/2016 Volunteer Day
12/10/2016 Birding Banshee: December
11/12/2016 Birding Banshee: November
10/08/2016 Virginia Outdoors Festival: October
10/08/2016 Birding Banshee: October
09/24/2016 Friends of Banshee Reeks Annual Meeting
09/17/2016 Volunteer Day: September
09/10/2016 Birding Banshee: September
08/20/2016 Volunteer Day: August
08/13/2016 Birding Banshee: August
07/16/2016 Volunteer Day: July
07/02/2016 Nature Sketching Hikes
06/18/2016 Goats at Banshee Reeks: A Natural Resource Management Tool
06/18/2016 Volunteer Day: June
05/21/2016 Volunteer Day
05/18/2016 Native Plants Talk
04/20/2016 The Incredible Tick: Understanding its Complex Ecology
03/23/2016 Archaeology: Exploring the History of Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve
03/19/2016 Volunteer Day
02/20/2016 Volunteer Day
01/16/2016 Volunteer Day
12/19/2015 Volunteer Day
11/21/2015 Volunteer Day
10/24/2015 Novice Deer Hunter Workshop
10/17/2015 Volunteer Day
10/10/2015 Archeological Society of Virginia Dig
10/10/2015 Friends of Banshee Reeks Annual Meeting: October 10
09/19/2015 Volunteer Day
08/15/2015 Volunteer Day
06/20/2015 Volunteer Day
06/13/2015 Summer In The Reeks: Pollinators and Snallygasters
04/26/2015 EarthDay@Loudoun Family Festival
10/08/2014 The Incredible Tick: Understanding its Complex Ecology - October 8
09/27/2014 Friends of Banshee Reeks Annual Meeting: September 27
05/14/2014 The Incredible Tick: Understanding its Complex Ecology - May 14
11/09/2013 Friends of Banshee Reeks Hike - Fall Color: Saturday, November 9
09/21/2013 September Volunteer Day
09/14/2013 Birding Banshee Reeks: September 14
09/07/2013 Friends of Banshee Reeks Annual Meeting: September 7
08/17/2013 August Volunteer Day
08/10/2013 Birding Banshee Reeks: August 10
07/20/2013 July Volunteer Day
07/13/2013 Birding Banshee Reeks: July 13
06/15/2013 June Volunteer Day
05/18/2013 May Volunteer Day
05/11/2013 Banshee Reeks Basic Seepage Swamp Tour
04/30/2013 The Woods Road Realignment Community Meeting
04/20/2013 April Volunteer Day
04/07/2013 Stream Monitoring
03/16/2013 Native Plant Nursery Volunteer Work Day 2
03/16/2013 March Volunteer Day
03/09/2013 Native Plant Nursery Volunteer Work Day 1
02/16/2013 Visitor Center Volunteer Breakfast
11/04/2012 FOBR Annual Meeting
10/20/2012 2012 Growing Native Seed Collection
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