• Living Flag

    Fort McHenry

    National Monument and Historic Shrine Maryland

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  • Special Operating Hours during the Star-Spangled Spectacular: September 6-16, 2014

    The park will have special operating hours during the Star-Spangled Spectacular: September 6-16, 2014. Please visit this link for more information: More »

  • Road Closures and Mass Transit options during the Star-Spangled Spectacular: September 6-16, 2014

    There will be road closures during the Star-Spangled Spectacular: September 6-16, 2014. Mass transit will be required & all visitors will pass through a security checkpoint prior to entering Fort McHenry. Please visit this link for more information: More »

Mammals

Mammals sighted at Fort McHenry include:

Little Brown Bat
Red Bat
River Otter
Raccoon
Red Fox
Beaver
Gray Squirrel
Opossum
House Mouse
Deer Mouse
Rice Rat
Meadow Vole
Muskrat
Brown Rat
Eastern Cottontail
White-tailed Deer

Did You Know?

An aerial view of the students forming the Living American Flag.

Each May, 3,500 to 4,500 school children create the "Living American Flag" at Fort McHenry. The program is sponsored by The American Flag Foundation, Inc. More...