Restore a Wetland for Whales May 21st 2016

Join Whale Scout in our last Helpin’ Out  Event of the Season! 

Join Whale Scout as we help King County Parks with Killer Whale Tales to restore an urban watershed for Seattle Works Day.  Help feed our nine new baby orcas with salmon by removing invasive species such as Himalayan Blackberry and English Ivy.  These aggressive plants limit the diversity of species found in healthy forests. Species diversity creates healthy watersheds that aid in filtering and cleaning up pollution in salmon spawning streams. Healthy streams provide better salmon habitat and the chance for more food to be created for the southern resident killer whale population.

Location: White Center Heights Park, 10208 7th Pl SW, Seattle, WA 98146

Driving Directions from I-5:  Exit 162 for Corson Ave toward Michigan St. Merge onto Corson Ave S. Turn right onto S. Michigan St. Take the Washington 99 S/1st Av S Bridge ramp to Washington 509. Merge onto State HWY 509 S/WA 99 S/1st Ave Bridge. Take the exit towards Myers Way/White Center. Merge onto 1 st Avenue South. Slight right onto Olson Pl SW. Slight left onto 4th Ave SW. Turn right onto SW 102nd St. Turn left onto 7th Av SW and park. Meeting spot is in park near corner of SW 102nd St and 7th Av SW, marked by a red bulls eye on the map.

Bring: Lunch, appropriate clothes for the weather including closed-toe shoes, water bottle. Youth waiver (online)

RSVP: kailey@whalescout.org

Helpin out flyer

Spend a fun afternoon for all ages at the park.  We hope to see you there!

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