Audubon at home


Virginia Cooperative Extension Prince William Environment and Natural Resources program has a unique relationship with Audubon at Home.  Extension Master Gardener Volunteers currently make site visits for our BEST Lawns program and can also certify properties for Audubon while we are on site.  BEST Lawns program goal is to improve water quality and reduce pesticide and fertilizer use.  Audubon at Home is a program to support people’s interest and efforts to become better stewards of the environment in their yards, neighborhoods, parks and other spaces. Properties can be certified as Audubon at Home Wildlife Sanctuaries by identifying 10 or more of these species listed below and homeowners can embrace a Healthy Yard Pledge.  To request a BEST Lawns and/or Audubon at Home site visits email:  [email protected].


Sphinx Moth


  • American Goldfinch​

  • Baltimore Oriole

  • Carolina Chickadee

  • Carolina Wren

  • Cooper's Hawk

  • Eastern Bluebird

  • Eastern Towhee

  • Green Heron

  • Gray Catbird

  • Pileated Woodpecker

  • Rose-breasted Grosbeak

  • Ruby-throated Hummingbird

  • Tree Swallow

  • Warbler Species


  • Dragonfly and Damselfly Species

  • Giant Silk Moth Species

  • Hummingbird Clearwing Moth

  • Lady Beetle Species

  • Native Bee Species

  • Six-spotted Tiger Beetle​

AAH Certification Sign


  • Fritillary Butterfly Species

  • Monarch Butterfly

  • Swallowtail Butterfly Species


  • Little Brown Bat
  • Southern Flying Squirrel



  • Eastern Box Turtle

  • Five-lined Skink

  • Snake Species


  • Frog Species
  • Salamander Species

 Please contact the Prince William Horticulture Help Desk for more information 703-792-7747, email [email protected] or click here for the Audubon at Home Coordinators.

Audubon Ambassadors Training