The Winter Solstice has passed, and we are in the midst of celebrating the light in the darkness through Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and the twelve days of Christmas. However you celebrate as we approach the turning of the year, we wish you a very happy 2020.
Titanic Memorial Park is once again the winter home for waterfowl. Look for ring-billed seagulls, cormorants, coots, buffleheads, ring-necked ducks, and more as winter progresses. Read this DCist article, DC Doesn't Have One Hot Duck, It Has Many, to find out more about our winter visitors, and see if you can identify different species of waterfowl as they arrive. Bonus: Record your observations using the iNaturalist app...that will be good practice for the City Nature Challenge in the Spring!
End-of-Year Donor Drive
We have just a few days left of our end-of-year donor drive, and have just reached 50% of our goal of 50 donors. Any donation, large or small, helps us meet our donor goal. Are you able to help maintain, restore, and improve our lovely Park?