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Explore Neabsco Creek and the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail
Saturday, June 18, 10:00 to 11:30am,

Bird Walk at Merrimac Farm WMA
Last Sunday of every month beginning at 8:00am, except for December, when we host the Nokesville Christmas Bird Count.

Explore Neabsco Creek and the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail
Meet at Neabsco Regional Park, 15125 Blackburn Road, Woodbridge 22191
Saturday, June 18, 10:00 to 11:30am
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Conway Robinson State ForestJoin us for an easy 1.5 mile walk down the Boardwalk (ADA compliant) exploring Neabsco Creek. This creek has been settled for nearly 20,000 years, from the Paleo-Indians to today's residents, like us. In 1608, fish were so plentiful in the Potomac River that the English tried to catch dinner by swinging a frying pan from their boats.

In the mid-1700's, Northern Virginia's first industrial development was the Neabsco Iron Works located just upstream of the modern I-95 bridge. After cutting the forests for charcoal and tobacco, soil eroded and created the mudflats that we will cross.The views are spectacular, bring your camera and binoculars if you have them.

Bird Walks at Merrimac Farm WMA

Black vulturesOn the last Sunday of every month at 8am (except December when we sponsor the Nokesville Christmas Bird Count) at Merrimac Farm, Stone House, 15014 Deepwood Lane, Nokesville, directions

We'll look for birds as we travel through the uplands to the edge of the floodplain, covering a variety of habitats, including open fields and woodland edges. Everyone is welcome.

Dress for the weather, bring binoculars and cameras. More info and RSVP to PWCA , 703.499.4954 or View the bird list for Merrimac Farm HERE.


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Prince William Conservation Alliance is a nonprofit watershed organization serving Prince William and surrounding communities. We're working to explore, enjoy and protect our natural areas, and increase community involvement in stewardship opportunities.