February 23, 2020 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Volunteer Park
11th and E Prospect

Are you bird-curious?
The Capitol Hill EcoDistrict and the Seattle Audubon Society will host an urban conservation-themed walk through Capitol Hill on
Sunday, February 23 from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.

Have you ever wondered what that little brown bird over there is? Or who is singing so loudly outside your window at 4:00 a.m.? Or why a raven is like a writing desk?

Well, you might just be bird curious.

Join others in the bird-curious community on a neighborhood walk through Capitol Hill. We’ll stroll from Volunteer Park to Seattle University with Seattle Audubon’s Urban Conservation Manager, Joshua Morris. Along the way, Josh will lead conversations about the pros and cons of city life from a bird’s perspective. He’ll also share about the work Seattle’s Urban Bird Treaty City partnership is doing to make Capitol Hill a safer place for birds and people. And of course, we’ll be keeping an eye out for any feathered thing.

You don’t need binoculars for this walk, but they will enhance your experience. If you’ve already got a pair, we encourage you to bring them along. If you don’t but you wish you did, no problem! Just email Josh at joshm@seattleaudubon.org and he’ll bring you a loaner pair for the walk.

Urban Conservation for the Bird Curious
Part of the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict’s Public Life Walk Series
Date: Sunday, February 23
Time: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Start: Volunteer Park at 11th Ave E & E Prospect Street
End: The Quad at Seattle University
Accessibility: Leisurely pace over sidewalks and gravel or paved paths. Planned walking distance approximately 1 mile from start to end point.
Experience Level: Beginners welcome, no prior bird experience needed!
Cost: Free
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