Huntley Meadows Park
Huntley Meadows Park, a 1,425-acre wildlife sanctuary in southern Alexandria, includes mature forest, meadows, and a
large freshwater wetland. It is one of the most popular birding spots in Northern
Virginia. A one-half mile boardwalk winds through a wetland abounding with lizard's
tail, cardinal flower and rose mallow. Beavers are often seen as evening approaches.
An observation tower allows a commanding view of the wetland and its abundant
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