A new name! BCNES is now Calvert Nature Society, to better reflect the scope of our support for Calvert County's natural resources and our mission to protect the county's natural heritage and to promote environmental literacy in our communities.
Show your support of Calvert County's Nature Parks:
SNOWstorm Predicted. It appears that this winter will be another record year for Snowy Owls moving south. Staff naturalists would again like to track any that are seen in Calvert County. Contact Andy Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org if you see a snowy owl.
Learn about Calvert Stewards, American Hollies, and more in our November 2014 issue of
Visit the Nature ParksPlanning on a visit during the holidays? Please check the Calvert County Natural Resources page for updates on holiday hours.
From River to Bay, Calvert County has it all. Come down and sample our wonderful parks. Each park offers a variety of opportunities for recreation and learning.
The Beach: Flag Ponds Nature Park. Approximately 500 acres of natural area on the Chesapeake Bay from beach to upland.
Nature parks are managed and operated by Calvert County Natural Resources Division, with support from the Society.
The Division of Natural Resources also manages the following areas/sites:
Sign up for one of our Nature Discovery Programs to learn about the plants and animals of Calvert County.
Support our Work
Local business and corporations play an important role in maintaining high quality park programs that support the local community. To learn more, contact Anne Sundermann at Anne@calvertparks.org.