Environmental Studies on the Piedmont
6712 Blantyre Road, Warrenton, VA 20187-7106
Join Dr. Tom Wood, Director of Environmental Studies on the Piedmont, to learn the language of birds. Students will start the day with classroom instruction at Clifton House, followed by field work to hone skills in the varied habitat.
VIP Packages available! Get a jump start on the workshop by enjoying dinner, lodging and breakfast atClifton House. Arrive on Saturday, March 25, 2017, 2:00PM. (Price includes the cost of the workshop.)
Private room with shared bath $250/couple
Shared room with shared bath $100/person (up to 3 people per room)
Environmental Studies on the Piedmont (ES) is a research, education and conservation organization headquartered on a 914-acre field station, just north of Warrenton, Virginia, in the Northern Piedmont. With upland forest, meadow, wetland, vernal pool, stream, pond and small lake habitats, the ES field station is a rich resource for indigenous plant and wildlife studies.
Dr. Wood is Associate Professor of Integrative and Interdisciplinary Studies in the School of Integrative Studies (SIS) at George Mason University and has been with SIS since 1996. He created the Smithsonian Mason Semester and directed the development of Mason's joint program with the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. Currently he serves as Director of Environmental Studies on the Piedmont, a research station near campus.