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A Tale of Two Wetlands

What makes a wetland work for native species in Seattle? This was the question Jasmine Baker asked when she moved to our community to continue her graduate studies with Miami University’s Project Dragonfly. She quickly gained a connection with the Woodland Park Zoo’s Amphibian Monitoring Project, where she volunteers doing… [ Keep reading ]

July Nature and Environmental Education Classes

Seattle Parks and Recreation offers multiple nature and environmental education classes in parks all over the city. Several are coming up soon, with options for families, toddlers, youth, and teens. Find the program best suited for your family and get ready to learn, explore and enjoy nature! All classes are… [ Keep reading ]

Spring Environmental Education Programs

Seattle Parks and Recreation offers nature and environmental education classes and programs to help community discover the native plants, birds, urban forests, low tide beaches and more across the city. These spring offerings are ready for sign-up now! Use the “register” links below. If you’re interested in meeting new people, learning… [ Keep reading ]

Join the Seattle Parks iNaturalist Project and share your observations

by Todd Burley Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is seeking to expand our awareness of what species live in our parks, and you can be part of the effort! SPR has set up a “project” in iNaturalist called Seattle Parks, and you can join this project to log in your… [ Keep reading ]