Bull Run Mountains Conservancy
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Volunteer
 
2016 Halloween Safari
 
Saturday Oct 22nd
Friday Oct 28th
Saturday Oct 29th

$7 in advance/$10 at the door

Pre-registration required to guarantee
7:00-8:30 p.m. timeslots.
Walk-ins on as-available basis 7:00-8:30.
 
Registration is open now. [Click here]
 
Non-scary night hike!
 
All ages welcome!
Music, snacks, and drinks included!
 

BRMC wants to take you on an hour-long, night-time hike through the Bull Run Mountains! A guide will lead you along the trail where you will meet native "wildlife" that perform natural history skits. There is a new cast of animals each year, so don't miss it! Join us for face painting, Halloween snacks, hot cider, a bonfire, and live music. Bring a flashlight, wear good hiking shoes, and remember that it can get cold on the Mountain.
Contact us at (703) 753-2631, or info@brmconservancy.org
 
Rain or Shine
Moon-shine, that is.
 

The festivities will go on no matter what the weather.

Bull Run Mountains Conservancy, Inc. (BRMC)

BRMC protects the Bull Run Mountains through education, research, and stewardship.
  • BRMC uses research based in the Bull Run Mountains and elsewhere to offer field trips and public programs on environmental, historical, and cultural topics.

  • Research at BRMC includes beetle and moth surveys, rattlesnake population monitoring, and ongoing stream monitoring

  • BRMC provides stewardship on the 800 acres of the Bull Run Mountains State Natural Area Preserve open to the public. The preserve is owned and managed by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation.
Learn more about BRMC...

BRMC Summer/Fall 2016 Newsletter

Download (3.9Mb) the latest issue of "Shooting The Breeze" as a .pdf file, or view articles from prior newsletters and the calendar of events online.
(If you're receiving our Newsletters in paper form in the mail, and would like to switch to e-mail, drop us a note at info@brmconservancy.org.)

 

Bull Run Mountains Conservancy, Box 210 Broad Run, Virginia 20137

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