Hidden Habitats

Cemeteries are incredible historical resources.  They reveal information about settlement patterns, historic events, lifestyles as well as specific details on your ancestors.    I love visiting cemeteries.  The peaceful atmosphere provides the perfect setting for reflection and contemplation.

Cemeteries are also “hidden habitats” with all types of plants and animals.  You never know what you might find!

Taking a photo for findagrave, this little bird just flew up onto the memorial.

Your typical groundhog.

Sleeping in a bed of clovers, the mother deer often leaves the baby during the day so as not to attract predators.

Such a beautiful creature! Not what you expect to see in the middle of DC!

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