This is a community event hosted by our friends at Capitol Hill EcoDistrict and Seattle
Capitol Hill is a great place to learn about the urban ecology of Seattle. On this guided walk with a local naturalist and conservation practitioner, you’ll explore the southern portion of the 11th Ave E “biodiversity corridor,” which links more than 70 acres of open space in the heart of one of our most densely populated neighborhoods. As we move between habitat patches at Cal Anderson Park and Seattle University, we’ll discuss the forces that affect patterns of urban biodiversity, the hazards urban wildlife must navigate, and why it’s important for us to protect our plant and animal neighbors as the city grows.
Free registration is required and available here for the first 20 people.