The Northern Neck of Virginia, located between the Potomac River to the north  and the Rappahannock River to the south, is home to some truly great birding.

Because of its proximity to the Chesapeake Bay, its large expanses of undeveloped land and wetlands, and the passion of the local community  to protect and preserve its natural treasures, the four counties of the Northern Neck are a haven for over 250 species of birds.

The habitats of this area vary widely, from farmlands to high river bluffs, from  beachfront to river marshes. Many migrants pass through the area in the spring or the fall, and they can be seen in the right places.

The Northern Neck Chapter of the National Audubon Society (NNAS) holds monthly meetings at Grace Episcopal Church in Kilmarnock, VA on the first Monday of each month except the months of July, August and September. The meetings start at 7:00 PM and feature speakers  who are experts on some aspect of birds or other related animal species. Please join us at an upcoming NNAS meeting.




 

P.O. Box 991

Kilmarnock, VA 22482

Next Bird Walk: October 25, 2014 at Regent Point Marina


Next Meeting: November 3, 2014


For details click here.

NNAS is a proud sponsor of the Lower Rappahannock

Important Bird Area