Virginia’s Northern Neck: An Extraordinary Resource for Birders

osprey-sizedThe Northern Neck of Virginia, located between the Potomac River to the north and the Rappahannock River to the south, is home to some truly great birding. Because of its proximity to the Chesapeake Bay, its large expanses of undeveloped land and wetlands, and the passion of the local community  to protect and preserve its natural treasures, the four counties of the Northern Neck are a haven for over 250 species of birds. The Northern Neck Chapter of the Audubon Society actively supports birding activities.