Virginia Wildlife Center Releases a juvenile eagle at the Fones Cliffs Unit of the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
The new Cat Point Creek Unit of the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge is now home to a 100′ fishing pier with a 30′ platform at the end. Since the unit is not yet ready for opening, the Friends … Continued
After receiving many wonderful pictures, the Friends have announced the winners of their first photography contest. Congratulations to all the talented winners. To see all of the submissions go to: https://rwrfriends.org/photo-contest-2020-gallery/ “Tobey’s Point” by Ivy Turner Munsey “Fishing Osprey” … Continued
The Monarch Butterfly is on the verge of extinction. Around 90% of their population has vanished within a period of 2 decades, that means around 1 billion Monarchs are missing. Reasons contributing to their depleting numbers range from the destruction … Continued
April marked the beginning of a program to get rid of the Kudzu climbing the trees and filling the fields at the Styer/Bishop unit of the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge. Under the tutelage of Lauren Cruz the Refuge … Continued
Join Gordon Page from 10:00 to 12:00 on May 21, 2017 as he leads you down Mt. Landing Creek located on the Hutchinson Unit of the Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge. Check out the attached flyer for more information. … Continued
Winter is a great time to see wildlife. The leaves are gone and all the large birds are hunting so look up and watch a hawk swoop across a field to catch a mouse or watch the turkeys grazing in … Continued