Seattle Parks and Rec is reviewing the off-leash dog policy, and will present a draft plan on January 1, 2016. Surprised? So were we—especially when we saw the range of options they are looking at. We have asked Parks to … Continue reading Dog Policy: SHARING Seattle’s Parks and Natural Areas?
(The following is a guest post from Connie Sidles) I spent Saturday, October 10, staffing a table at “Birds at the Burke,” the Burke Museum’s annual bird event. Museum staff had arranged one table with skins of extinct birds: a … Continue reading Responsibility
The conflict over putting a mountain bike park in Cheasty Greenspace has brewed for over a year and a half now. Seattle Parks just issued a Determination of Non Significance (DNS) – basically saying that there will be no adverse … Continue reading Is Parks being straight with the public?
(Guest post from Marv Breece) The year is 2025. You decide early one spring morning to visit a Seattle Park to perhaps see or at least to hear the songs of migrant warblers. Or perhaps some other recently arrived migrant … Continue reading 2025
‘Lights Out’ in Seattle. It’s For the Birds. It’s for all of Us. ‘Lights Out’ is Audubon’s national program encouraging cities to shut off non essential lights in buildings during the bird migration each Spring & Fall. New York government … Continue reading ‘Lights Out’ in Seattle
(crossposted from Acrovision) (Updated 8/18/15 – added juvenile raven talk video. Scroll down…) There are Ravens in Lincoln Park. Nesting. My wife and I have noted Ravens in Lincoln Park occasionally over the past five years – but they have … Continue reading Ravens in Lincoln Park