Rich Habitat

Tysons Last Forest contains a rich habitat for animals, such as deer, turtles, woodpeckers, owls, birds, rabbits, fox, and fish.  According to a 2012 Fairfax County Park Authority memo, it may also include a potentially rare invertebrate species of animal.

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