Using google satellite, we came up with these green jewels. See how you do in identifying them.
I’m named after an Indian tribe that once lived in what we call Prince George's County. Part of me is a protected viewscape for Mount Vernon.
I’m a 500-ace patch of tree heaven in northeast DC.
With an odd shape, my neck points out south of Mount Vernon. I’m named after a founding father.
They wanted to put a highway through me, a couple miles south of Alexandria. I’m a green oasis in a desert of suburbia.
I’m some kind of geological wonder, a spine of hilly land in the middle of the District.
Vehicles buzz past me on a parkway to Baltimore, but I sit quietly with a name that connotes a pleasant place.
My name pays homage to an English royalty and I’m located near a Marine Base.
My name reminds Giants fans of a player who supposedly made a bonehead play in 1908. Marylanders know me as a sanctuary hugging the Patuxent River.
In 1980, the Montgomery County Council created me with 93,000 acres of protected area.
US National Arboretum
Huntley Meadows (Image)
Rock Creek Park
Prince William Forest Park
Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary
Montgomery County Agricultural Reserve