About our organization
The mission of Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation is to conserve the last parcel of wilderness in the Hoffler Creek watershed for environmental education, research, and recreation consistent with good stewardship. The foundation operates the 142-acre Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve located in the Churchland area of Portsmouth. The preserve is a suburban wilderness set aside for plants and animals at the heart of the Chesapeake Bay’s unique ecosystem. Diverse habitats and abundant wildlife spark the imagination, inviting visitors to explore their natural heritage through science, history, and the arts.
4510 Twin Pines Rd.
Portsmouth, Va 23703
Shoot For Good Day Details:
On October 8th, Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation will be having a Volunteer Work Day at the preserve. Volunteers will be clearing trails, removing debris, and helping with general maintenance in order to protect the habitat of our resident wildlife and preserve the beauty of the Hoffler Creek watershed. The work day will begin at 10 a.m. and end around 2 p.m.
Our volunteers will be working outdoors and photographers should come prepared for the elements and any natural hazards they may encounter.