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Me-Kwa-Mooks - Habitat Revival09/22/2017
Me-kwa-mooks Park is more than what you see from the road. Above the open lawn up the hillside are twenty acres of woodlands with a nice network of trails for leisure walks. The green spaces provides habitat for many birds, including screech owls, and even coyotes. This spring and summer we'll be focusing on liberating native plants by removing invasive species. In the fall and winter we plant Pacific Northwest native plants that provide habitat for forest animals.
Open to the public
All ages OK
0 out of 20 volunteers registered.
What to Bring
Bring water and dress for the weather & thorny conditions.
Where to Meet
Meet near the corner of 56th Ave SW and SW Jacobson Rd
Where to Park
There is street parking along 56th Ave SW