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Bluebells and Bald Eagles

  • Monday, April 08, 2019
  • 9:30 AM
  • RiverBend Park 8814 Jeffery Road, Great Falls, VA 22066
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  • Spectacular walk amongst the Bluebells

All proceeds will be donated to FORB. Must register through PayPal.
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GFFN Exclusive Naturalist Guided Walk

Bluebells and Bald Eagles

Monday April 8th at 9:30am

$16 Registration required to attend all proceeds will be donated to FORB

Please join us in support of our friends at Riverbend Park for a spectacular walk amongst the Bluebells.  In addition, we shall experience a guided preview of our local resident Bald Eagles, Abe and Abby and if we are extremely lucky, we may even have eaglets!  Space is limited to 30 (2 groups of 15) so reserve your spot now! A waiting list will be established, and should the demand dictate additional groups added. 

All proceeds will be donated to Friends of Riverbend Park (FORB) Please wear sensible walking shoes you don’t mind getting muddy, participants should be able to walk a mile comfortably on uneven ground. 

Hosted by:                  GFFN Philanthropy & Friends of Riverbend Park

Where:                        RiverBend Park

                                    8814 Jeffery Road

                                    Great Falls, VA 22066

                                    Phone: 703-759-9018


Donations: Should you feel inspired to give an additional donation, it can be made by check (made out to Friends of Riverbend Park) and brought with you on the day and given to Linda Cameron.


Who is FORB?

Friends of Riverbend Park (FORB) is a 501c(3) non-profit citizens group dedicated to the responsible stewardship and preservation of the undisturbed natural beauty at Riverbend Park

What is a Virginia Bluebell?

Virginia bluebells are native North American plants. They differ from the European variety and are actually related to forget-me-nots.  Bluebells grow naturally here in the floodplain at Riverbend. They like the slightly damp soil, so they’ve been here many decades. They root vegetatively, so they form a large colony. Their other name is the oyster leaf because their leaves taste a little bit like oysters and you can eat them in salads.  

Great Falls Friends & Neighbors (GFFN)
P.O. Box 483
Great Falls, VA  22066

Email: info@gffnva.org

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