Washington County Parks Slideshow

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A male goldfinch in spring, an easy to spot year-round inhabitant.
A male goldfinch in spring, an easy to spot year-round inhabitant.
View from White Rocks Overlook, Appalachian Trail, South Mountain State Park.
View from White Rocks Overlook, Appalachian Trail, South Mountain State Park.
Pink Lady's Slippers, May, South Mountain State Park.
Pink Lady's Slippers, May, South Mountain State Park.
Gap of the Potomac River, Weverton Cliffs, South Mountain State Park.
Gap of the Potomac River, Weverton Cliffs, South Mountain State Park.
Potomac River, C&O Canal National Historical Park near Harpers Ferry.
Potomac River, C&O Canal National Historical Park near Harpers Ferry.
Fishing the Potomac River, beside the towpath near Harpers Ferry.
Fishing the Potomac River, beside the towpath near Harpers Ferry.
Below Dam #3, C&O Canal National Historical Park.
Below Dam #3, C&O Canal National Historical Park.
Eastern painted tulles are often seen in watered Portions of the C&O Canal.
Eastern painted tulles are often seen in watered Portions of the C&O Canal.
White Pine Tree, Antietam National Cemetery.
White Pine Tree, Antietam National Cemetery.
Red Oak tree at Antietam National Battlefield.
Red Oak tree at Antietam National Battlefield.
White tailed deer are frequently spotted.
White tailed deer are frequently spotted.
Canada Geese, below Dam #5, C&O Canal National Historical Park.
Canada Geese, below Dam #5, C&O Canal National Historical Park.
Towpath, upriver from Dam No. 5
Towpath, upriver from Dam No. 5
Solitary sandpiper, just passing through.
Solitary sandpiper, just passing through.
Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area, May.
Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area, May.
Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area, January.
Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area, January.
A stream at Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area.
A stream at Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area.
Winter, Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area.
Winter, Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area.
A pond, Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area.
A pond, Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area.
The Potomac River, Hancock.
The Potomac River, Hancock.
Our largest Eastern Cottonwood tree, Staley Park, Hagerstown.
Our largest Eastern Cottonwood tree, Staley Park, Hagerstown.
The next largest cottonwood, Hager House, Hagerstown City Park.
The next largest cottonwood, Hager House, Hagerstown City Park.
A chinquapin oak tree, Woodley Way Park, Hagerstown.
A chinquapin oak tree, Woodley Way Park, Hagerstown.
A weeping willow tree, Hagerstown City Park.
A weeping willow tree, Hagerstown City Park.