Support Burr Oak Valley Preserve
Burr Oak Valley Preserve is a 98-acre natural area of rolling hills with oak woodlands, prairies and Dry Run Creek. It is nestled in northeast Winnebago County on the edge of residential development.
You can help restore native habitat at this preserve with your gift in any amount that will support efforts to remove non-native woody invasive species from the understory of the oak woodlands.
Burr Oak Valley Preserve is home to state-threatened species such as the Pale Vetchling plant, and two birds that need oak woodlands to survive, the Wood Thrush and the Whip-poor-wil.
- Protects nature. We will work to ensure that habitat for native plants and animals will thrive for future generations. Kittentails, Red Baneberry, and Nodding Trillium are rare plants that call this place home.
- Plays a role in preserving a place for endangered or threatened species like the Pale Vetchling plant, and the Wood Thrush and Whip-poor-wil birds to live and flourish.
To support the Burr Oak Valley Preserve, please fill out the form below or mail your donation.
If you prefer to mail your donation, please send it to:
Natural Land Institute
320 South Third Street
Rockford, IL 61104