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Seward Park - Seward Audubon: Earth Day04/23/2016
Celebrate Earth Day by joining young conservation leaders in building habitat for a vibrant community of wildlife, birds and people! Overlooking Lake Washington, Seward Park is also home to the largest swath of old growth forest in Seattle and over 100 species of birds. Tools, gloves, training, snacks and coffee provided—Just bring your energy, laughter and family and friends.
All ages OK
7 out of 20 volunteers registered.
What to Bring
Please dress for rain or shine in warm, dry layers that you don't mind getting dirty. Closed-toed sturdy shoes/boots, long sleeves, and long pants are a must! Bring a full water bottle and a pack lunch or snacks. If you are an unaccompanied minor (under age 18) please bring completed waivers.
Where to Meet
Follow signs to the first upper parking lot. We will meet by the restrooms past the swing set.
Where to Park
Enter Seward Park and follow signs past the Audubon Center (old building on the right-hand side), stay right at the fork, go up the hill, and park at the first upper parking lot near the swing set. Do not leave valuables in your car. Also accessible by Metro Bus #50 to Seward Park Ave S & S Juneau St