This guest post is from artist, naturalist and Seattle Nature Alliance member, D. Nordin. I routinely walk every day. These walks usually amount to a brisk 4 to 6 miles. These walks typically occur in the morning, and more often … Continue reading Stillness (the art of traveling far in a short distance)
Seattle needs to protect its park natural areas so future generations will have daily access to wild nature. Continue reading Will Seattle Keep its Urban Wild?
I was shocked when I first saw this die-off in 2015, and I contacted Paul Shannon of the Friends of Seward Park. He told me the forest stewards were aware of it and that they were alarmed. Since then, I have watched a section of once-lush understory turn into a dead zone, … Continue reading Mysterious die-off threatens Seward Park
A critical meeting on zoning and parks for West Seattleites. Continue reading Meeting for Zoning and Parks
(Exciting news for Seattle. Cooper’s Hawks have settled in, building nests in parks and greenbelts throughout the city. The much disputed Cheasty Greenspace is now on record as having the most productive nest in the city, with 22 fledglings in … Continue reading Cooper’s Hawks Make Themselves at Home
Why post a bird list from the middle of Seattle, in the middle of the summer? It’s usually a relatively slow time for birders. What makes this especially notable is its location – and the controversy surrounding it. Cheasty Greenspace … Continue reading Fantastic Breeding Bird list for Cheasty–summer 2016