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International Migratory Bird Day Workshop

  • South County High School 8501 Silverbrook Road, Rm A117 Lorton, VA, 22079 United States (map)
Chestnut-sided Warbler - Marilyn Gaizband

Chestnut-sided Warbler - Marilyn Gaizband

Join the Audubon Society of Northern Virginia (ASNV) for a FREE workshop to prepare for the longest running annual spring bird count in this area. The class will include an overview of IMBD, the Lower Potomac River Important Bird Area (LPR-IBA), key species and techniques (eBird) used to count them. We’ll also learn how the data is used. 

A special post field trip beer tasting at Brew Republic Bierworks will follow the field trip. (Fees apply. - must be 21 or older to join the tasting and tour.) 

Greg Butcher, Vice President of ASNV and Migratory Species Coordinator for U.S. Forest Service International Programs, will lead in the classroom and field. 

What: Bird Day & Beer 

When: Workshop: May 4, 7-9PM Field Trip: May 6, 8-11AM 

Where: South County High School Lorton, VA (workshop) 

Earlier Event: April 30
Meadowood Recreation Area, Lorton,
Later Event: May 5