Thursday, January 26, 2012

Be Wild, Virginia!

Hills and Hollers Here
This is your Virginia
Clean air, clean water and a place to live... it doesn't get any simpler! Wildlife and their habitats play an important role in the lives of Virginians. We marvel at the thousands of birds that migrate along the Eastern Shore, and the deer and turkey that have rebounded from near extinction, all the while enjoying our natural "sanctuaries" — a quiet trout stream, magnificent forests, even our own backyards. Check out this award winning video featuring Adrienne Young's song, "Hills and Hollers."

Virginia's Wildlife Action Plan (Adrienne Young - Hills and Hollers)

Visit Be Wild Virginia website to learn more

Be Wild, Virginia!
Think you can't make a difference? You can!

Think wild:
Get to know Virginia's Wildlife Action Plan, especially for your eco-region. Keep these objectives in mind and evaluate how the things you do affect wildlife.

The next BRFAL Chapter Basic Training for Aspiring Virginia Master Naturalists is coming up in March 2012 at The Franklin Center in Downtown Rocky Mount VA. 
You can get the Draft Schedule of Classes and View the Itinerary here, and get the Information Letter and Application here.  If you have any questions about this upcoming basic training please send an email to: 

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