FIND NATURE IN THE MOST UNLIKELY PLACES: SEATTLE'S URBAN LANDSCAPE
One day you might kayak Union Bay to visit herons and turtles. The next, meet a friend downtown at lunch to see peregrine falcons nesting. Take a bike tour of salmon restoration projects along the Duwamish River. Or learn to identify lichens on gravestones, and where to hear Pacific treefrogs sing. Maria Dolan and Kathryn True share their insider knowledge, complemented by the expertise of Seattle naturalists and scientists.
* Trips are identified by location, length, and when to go
* Includes outings of less than one hour
* Suggested adventures for children
* Fact-filled sidebars on plants and animals
* Includes exursions to Everett, Vashon Island, Bellevue, and other outlying areas