Discover wildlife in the Cedar River Watershed through Wondering About Wildlife, a free, event, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 2, at the Cedar River Watershed Education Center, 19901 Cedar Falls Rd S.E., North Bend.
Join Seattle Public Utilities for a fun-filled day of hands-on activities, crafts, presentations, and nature walks during the winter school break. Discover what kinds of wildlife live, and thrive throughout Seattle’s largest protected watershed.All-day presentations and activities include: Fish and Wildlife Department Karelian Bear Dogs; Mountains to Sound Greenway 365 activities; nature walks; craft activities about animal tracks; examine owl pellets to discover what was for breakfast; the center’s Water is Magic exhibits.
Snacks and drinks are provided, but pack a lunch, because no concessions are available. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
The Cedar River Watershed Education Center is just east of North Bend. From I-90 going east take Exit 32 (436th Ave SE). Turn right at the end of the off-ramp. Follow the road (436th Ave SE/Cedar Falls Rd SE) for about 3.5 miles. The Cedar River Watershed Education Center will be on the right, just past Rattlesnake Lake. Address: 19901 Cedar Falls Road SE, North Bend WA, 98045
For more information visit the Cedar River Watershed website at www.seattle.gov/util/environmentconservation/education/cedarriverwatershed, or call (206) 733-9421.