Rock Creek Park
Washington, DC is known for it’s monuments, museums and historic buildings. People may be surprised to know that the city and surrounding areas is flush with nature and wildlife.
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Authorities say a driver traveling through Rock Creek Parkway went off the road and into the shallow water of the nearby creek but was able to get out of the car and was rescued.
A tiny crustacean, which is believed to only exist in Rock Creek Park, has been listed as endangered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service since 1982. It’s called the Hay’s Spring amphipod, and members of an environmental group are threatening a new lawsuit to try to protect it from the proposed Purple Line.
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Check out this list of the best free tours in the District and have some fun today. Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something new too.
Unleash your inner naturalist. Visit one of these best parks in Washington DC and see what kind of beauty lies among the hustle and bustle of our nation’s capital.