Occoquan Tree Identification Walk
This is an Audobon-sponsored Occoquan Tree Identification Walk with Jim McGlone. Join the Prince William Wildflower Society for this free event, a walk through Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge to learn how to identify common native trees and how you can be a good park neighbor by planting your own native trees at home. You’ll also learn why trees are so important, both in parks and the areas surrounding parks.
This program is part of the Audobon Society Stretch Our Parks initiative, in partnership with the staff of Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge was established in June 1998 to provide habitat for migratory birds and endangered species. The refuge’s diverse grassland, marsh, and forest habitats attract a variety of songbirds, raptors, and waterfowl that depend on the area for food, nesting sites, and a place to rest.
If you have any questions about this event or day of weather concerns, contact Michaelanne at
email@example.com or call 703-298-8759. Find the link to sign up under ‘Read More’ and we’ll see you there!