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Explore the meadow at Bristoe Station Battlefield Park during May 26 ecology tour

Learn about the complex meadow ecosystem at Bristoe Station Battlefield this Saturday, May 26. Join naturalist Charles Smith from the Prince William Wildflower Society (VNPS) for a walking tour of the 133-acre battlefield and learn about the beneficial wildlife especially the birds and butterflies that call this ecosystem home.  Learn to identify the plants that these birds and butterflies need for food and shelter.  Bring binoculars.  Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for the weather.  No pets please.  Advance reservation recommended. 

The two-hour walking tour departs from the Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park kiosk in the parking lot located at Iron Brigade Unit Ave and 10th Alabama Way at 9 a.m. and will end at 11 a.m. 

Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park includes fields and woodlands.  The Park interprets two Civil War battles and its natural resources.  Prince William County Historic Preservation owns and operates the Park. For more information,  call 703-366-3049 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). There is a small fee. Children under six are free, The park is located just off VA 28 off Bristow Road near the Harris Teeter shopping center.

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