The parkway is a ceremonial route lined with monuments and memorials.
Landscape architects share their favorite spots along the parkway.
Five picnic areas are available by reservation, each with a different set of facilities.
Fuzz-covered, jewel-toned bodies and and complex eyes give these insects a look full of attitude.
Coleoptera in strange shapes and scintillating colors lurk in the forest.
These wispy, delicate adult damselflies are a far cry from the sleek, ferocious nymphs they once were.
With their bulging eyes, transparent wings, and gaping jaws, dragonflies are built to feed--voraciously--on midges and flies.
Parasites and even hyperparasites: these wasps all rely on other insects to host their young. Many have been used to control insects that are considered garden pests.
These tiny arthropods use a tail like body part to fling themselves into the air when alarmed.
Last Updated: 04/21/2015