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Butterfly count and workshop in July

As previously announced the Inaugural Northumberland-Lancaster Butterfly Count will take place on Tuesday 30 July.  There will also be a workshop led by naturalist and photographer Teta Kain on 16 July at the Lancaster Community Library to help sharpen our ID skills.

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Books of Interest: Birds of Prey of the East

This is a recently published field guide that is comprehensive and authoritative. It is classically organized for field use with extensive information on plumages, morphs, behavior, habitat, age classification, molt stage, flight, and full-page range maps. It supports field IDs and also is a reference to ID of birds in photos

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Household Well Testing

Virginia Cooperative Extension in the four counties of the Northern Neck will be offering household well water testing this October.  Flyers are below with specifics about the program in each county.  Pre-registration is required, with contact information on each flyer.

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The Northern Neck Master Naturalist Chapter starts its 11th year ...

The Northern Neck Master Naturalist Chapter starts its 11th year with a robust and active membership. In 2017 our 73 active members drove over fifty thousand miles to perform 5,445 hours of volunteer work, surpassing 2016 by 28%. They also completed 855 hours of continuing education, 48% more than 2016. In all 33 members were recertified, eight achieved initial certification and 17 completed the 2017 Basic Training Class.

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