Are you interested in learning more about birds?  Do you want to learn how to create bird-friendly habitat in your yard or community? Maybe you would like to organize a bird walk or nature hike for your neighborhood, youth group, or scout troop?  

ASNV volunteers are available to speak on these and other topics.  To schedule a program for your group, please contact us at 703-438-6008,, or fill out our online request form.

IMPORTANT: In your email or phone message, please indicate how many participants will attend and which program(s) are of interest.  Please also provide your name, organization, email and phone number.  Thanks for your interest!

Suggested donation $75.

  1. Bringing Wildlife to Our Yards

    Audubon at Home, one of the signature efforts of ASNV is designed to show home owners and others who manage small plots of land how to create wildlife habitat. By using native plants and simple wildlife-friendly gardening techniques, anyone can make their property more attractive to birds, butterflies, frogs, and other critters. These techniques work in suburban yards, school yards, and even apartment building balconies. Learn about Audubon at Home and some things you can do to support wildlife where you live.

  2. Backyard Birds

    This program will help you identify many of the birds that commonly visit our backyards in Northern Virginia. You will probably learn a few new and interesting things about some of our most familiar birds.

  3. The State of Birds in Northern Virginia

    Since 1995, ASNV has been conducting an annual survey of breeding birds in our area. The data we have gathered shows us some interesting findings and trends about bird populations in our region – species that are doing well, and species that have all but disappeared. This presentation talks about the birds, the threats, and some steps that can be taken to protect the birds.