Looking for something to do with the kids during winter school break? Join Seattle Public Utilities for a fun-filled day discovering wildlife in the Cedar River Watershed! The Wondering About Wildlife program is a chance to discover what kinds of wildlife live in Seattle’s largest protected watershed through hands-on activities, crafts, presentations, and nature walks.
Wondering About Wildlife at the Cedar River Watershed Education Center
Wednesday, Dec. 28, 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
All-day presentations and activities:
• WDFW Karelian Bear Dogs: Meet the dogs who keep wild animals in the wild
• Watershed wildlife presentations
• Family nature walks: Rattlesnake Lake shore exploration
• Wildlife craft activities, animal tracks, and more
• Examine owl pellets and discover “what was for breakfast”
• Explore the Center’s Water is Magic exhibits
While free snacks & drinks are provided, we recommend you bring a lunch, as food concessions are not available. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Directions: The Cedar River Watershed Education Center is just east of North Bend (32 miles from downtown Seattle). 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 please visit: www.seattle.gov/util/crwec or call 206-733-9421.