Audubon at Home

a volunteer based program of Audubon Society Northern Virginia

The Audubon at Home program was created to make a difference by supporting the efforts of property owners and managers to become better stewards of nature in your own outdoor spaces. The program operates in several counties including Fauquier and Rappahannock area. The program was officially expanded into these counties in 2020 and we already have a wonderful team of AAH Ambassadors out walking properties, offering support and certifying wildlife sanctuaries . If you care to learn more please contact me via the contact page or explore further via the links below.


Devil’s Walking-stick (Aralia spinosa)

AAH Program Information

Ready to learn more? Here is all the information on site visits, Wildlife Sanctuary certification and resources.

Wild Ginger (Asarum canadense)

Wildlife Sanctuary Program

Ready to have your own Sanctuary Certification? Here is a list of qualifications and how to get statred.

“In the past, we have asked one thing of our gardens: that they be pretty. Now they have to support life, sequester carbon, feed pollinators and manage water.”

— DOUG TALLAMY

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