The Northern Virginia Bird Club (NVBC) totals nearly 600 members. We look forward to seeing you on our field trips and at our evening meetings. Beginning birders are welcome on all field trips. Birding is a great all-season hobby.

JOIN OR RENEW: NVBC dues are $10 for Individual and $15 for Family Membership, on a calendar year basis. Members receive The Siskin, the newsletter of the club, issued in February, April, August, and November. It includes field trip information, interesting articles and other birding news. Click here for a printable version of the membership form in PDF format. The form including a check for dues can be mailed to: Northern Virginia Bird Club, Attn: Membership, P.O. Box 5812, Arlington, VA 22205-0812.

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MAKE A DONATION: The NVBC is a 501(c)3 organization to which donations are tax deductible.  We are not conducting a donation campaign, but do receive occasional donations and questions about gifts.  Donations to the club have been used to supplement the dues and BWD income to fund our ongoing programs and club costs.

The most recent version of the NVBC Newsletter - "The Siskin" - is available by clicking on the icon below

Notices, Recent Changes and Updates….

The Current List of Field Trips is now on-line .... Always check the Notices and Alerts Section for cancellations due to bad weather !!! Click Here for more .....
The Club's most recent Newsletter "The Siskin" is available by clicking on the icon above
■ New Images in our image galleries. Check out the new images submitted by Marc Ribaudo, Philip Mitchell, Donald Sweig and Ian Gale Click Here for more......
■ On February 21 Dr. Ashley Peele, the State Atlas Coordinator, will talk about looking into how breeding bird populations have changed over the past several years and share interesting topics on species volunteer highlights and important needs of this project Click Here for more......
■ Subtle Signs of Evolution in Marsh Wrens On February 25, 2018 Dr. Sarah Luttrell will talk about her work on the marsh wren (Cistothorus palustris). Dr. Luttrell’s work aims to better understand how evolution works by studying subspecies of birds. Click Here for more......
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