Wildlife in Burke Centre
Nature and Community in Harmony
Please do not feed the geese!
The Wildlife Committee was established to educate, advise, and inspire the Burke Centre community to uphold its motto, "Nature and Community in Harmony".
In addition to community mediation on wildlife issues, the committee has monitored streams for water quality, stenciled storm drains, built bluebird nesting boxes, created a butterfly garden at Lake Barton (certified as a 'Backyard Wildlife Habitat' by the National Wildlife Federation), maintained a bulletin board at Lake Barton, and initiated the 'Scales and Tails' exhibit at the annual festival.
Wildlife Committee volunteers work periodically on the following projects:
Wildlife Committee meetings are held periodically throughout the calendar year. To become a Wildlife Committee volunteer, contact the Conservancy office at (703) 978-2928 or send email to [email protected]. Please include your name, address, telephone number, and indicate your interest in the Wildlife Committee.
Burke Centre Wildlife Management Policy
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