A little photo story about a lost gosling and two concerned parents.
After a long and colorless winter, everyone welcomes that moment when first colors appear on the still brown-gray ground. It usually comes in early March.
This page will be a repository of mammal photos from the Wolf Trap park (work in progress). For a more comprehensive coverage of our critters, check out the mammal section of the iNaturalist.
This page will be a repository of bird photos from the Wolf Trap park (work in progress). For a more comprehensive coverage of our fliers, check out the bird section of the iNaturalist
This page will be a repository of reptile photos from the Wolf Trap park (work in progress). For a more comprehensive coverage of our crawlers, check out the reptile section of the iNaturalist.
It is Super Tuesday and that can only mean one thing. The primary season is in full swing and the park is ready.
The dual purpose of Wolf Trap as a national park and a musical venue has its blueprint in the personality of its founder, Catherine Filene Shouse. Both nature and arts have always been an integral part of her life.
These days you don't have to be a paintbrush master to create an interesting painting. Software will create it for you from photographs.
When the Fall hits, there are colors everywhere. Of all the directions you can think of, the two most obvious are straight up and straight down.
If you come to the park in the second half of October, you will witness a true explosion of colors. Foliage in orange, yellow, red, purple... you name it.