Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove On The Potomac National Park
From this distance the seat of national power appears pristine across the river, so President Johnson came here often when he needed to escape from the stresses of building a Great Society. After he died, his wife chose this place for his memorial. A landscape of serpentine paths, white pines, a granite monolith, and an open meadow honors his legacy of social justice and conservation legislation.
Turkey Run Park George Washington Memorial Parkway
McLean, VA, 22101
Species in Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove On The Potomac National Park by Category
Here you can look up all the species found in Lyndon Baines Johnson Memorial Grove On The Potomac National Park. Start by picking a category. From there you can see how many species have either the common name beggining with each letter or scientific name. It's a good place to start if you're looking for what kind of species are invasive to the park, or perhaps how common or rare a species is for that area.
|cedar waxwing||Bombycilla cedrorum||Present||Native||Unknown|
|Carolina Chickadee||Poecile carolinensis||Present||Native||Unknown|
|golden-crowned kinglet||Regulus satrapa||Present||Native||Unknown|
|white-breasted nuthatch||Sitta carolinensis||Present||Native||Unknown|