“Spring Wildflowers” Program for the Brooks Bird Club Headquarters Chapter – March 19, 2019

This program is open to the public. Join me for an informative program on the exciting, soon-to-show spring wildflowers found in and around our northern Ohio Valley. The Brooks Bird Club Headquarters Chapter meets at the Schrader Environmental Education Center in Oglebay Park, Wheeling, WV. Doors open at 6 pm. We share a covered dish supper (bring a covered dish to share and your own table service) at 6:30. The BBC-HQC meeting is at 7:15 and my program is at 8 pm. You can come to the program only, if you wish. Spring really is right around the corner!!!!

Left to right – Bloodroot, Sharp-leaved Hepatica and Blue-eyed Mary (Photos (c) Bill Beatty)

Directions to the Schrader Environmental Education Center: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Schrader+Environmental+Education+Center/@40.0920798,-80.6951597,12.5z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x8835d0766f5f3fc9:0xf025f9c1966a2b82!8m2!3d40.096657!4d-80.6617122

The Brooks Bird Club

The Headquarters is in Wheeling, WV with other chapters in different parts of WV.


The Brooks Bird Club, Inc. is an independent, educational, non-profit organization which promotes the study and enjoyment of birds and other elements of the natural world.  Its purpose is to inform members and the public of environmental issues, to encourage intelligent use of our natural resources and preservation of our natural heritage.  The club undertakes studies which have scientific value, including population and breeding bird surveys.

Website: http://www.brooksbirdclub.org/

Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BBCWV/