Birds and Watchers and a Freshwater Marsh.

More than 200 species of birds, and the people who come to watch them, re regular visitors to Huntley Meadows Park, the areas largest non-tidal freshwater marsh. Read about the park and its winged denizens in this story from today's Fairfax Extra.

By Focus on Fairfax |  March 22, 2007; 2:28 PM ET  | Category:  Parks and Recreation
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