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Help Us Celebrate Wildflowers! Spring really will come and to help celebrate, wildflowers at Yankauer will appear! Local poets (you don’t have to be famous!) are invited to submit poems that will be displayed along the trails as part of our annual Wildflower Festival on April 18. Those who would like to submit poems should send them by email to Ellen@PotomacAudubon.org. Poems may also be sent by mail to Poetry Walk, c/o PVAS, PO Box 578, Shepherdstown WV 25443. The deadline for submission is April 1.
Registration for 2015 Audubon Discovery Camp is now open! The 2015 Audubon Discovery Camp brochure is here! View the camp brochure and register on the Audubon Discovery Camp page.Race For The Birds 2015
is now open for registration! Please visit our race website to register. www.raceforthebirds.orgIf you find
an injured wild animal and need assistance, contact Diana Mullis, Wildlife Rescue Coordinator 304-754-3753 or email@example.com
Teachers! PVAS has lots of teacher resources and new ones are being posted regularly. Teachers are encouraged to check out our Educational Programs and our StoryWalk website. And why not apply to be a WV Sustainable School!
Job Opportunities. PVAS often has need for part-time program instructors. More information can be found on our Job Opportunities page.Just a reminder
...in this part of the US, you want to keep using insect repellent when out in the woods and grassy fields all year round
. Ticks in this area can carry Lyme Disease and mosquitoes can carry West Nile Virus. Why give them a chance to bite you?
Are you looking for a good nature book? Check out some suggestions here!Natural History Workshops!
PVAS offers many workshops during the year. The 2015 events can be found in the Events Calendar
. More are added frequently.
Our Next PVAS Monthly Program
PVAS's next monthly program will be held on March 11 at 7 p.m, at Hospice of the Panhandle in Kearneysville (GPS: Hospice Lane is opposite the Food Lion located at 50 Coast Guard Dr., Kearneysville WV). Please see hospiceotp.org for directions to their new facility. Megan Baker-Whatton, from the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute will discuss the Citizen Science Camera Trapping Project, eMammal.
Federal Employees can support PVAS through the Combined Federal Campaign: CFC#29061.
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