The West Duwamish Greenbelt needs you! Volunteer with Nature Consortium and help restore vital habitat in Seattle’s largest remaining forest. Volunteers are needed to help remove invasive plant species,
The work of taking care of our planet starts at home. Join Nature Consortium during the month of April to restore important forest habitat right here in Seattle. Volunteer
More trips… more prizes… more fun! Birdathon — held throughout the month of April — is the biggest annual fundraiser for Golden Gate Audubon Society. This year we are
Earth Day Bouquet April 12-27, 2014 Earth Day Bouquet offers your family
Revitalize your mind and spirit by actively connecting with nature! Nature Rediscovery Walks is an adult-only program offered on Thursday mornings from 9:30-11:00 a.m. Each week we will gently
Mud Pies is a family program encouraging adult/child interaction. A different natural science topic is introduced each week through interactive stations within Habitat Hollow. One adult is
Paddle around the Smiling Pool in search of turtles and early emerging frogs. Take pond samples with a plankton net to bring back to the LAB for microscopic exploration.
9:30 am or 10:45 am. Celebrate Earth Day as we help prepare our garden beds for planting. See the website for more information and to register online.
Come out to the Garden and join the Volunteers as we help to make the Garden grow!
This FREE environmental fair gives everyone the opportunity to learn how to protect and care for the world we live in. With hands-on activities and interactive exhibits, there are
ROUND VALLEY REGIONAL PRESERVE-The morning (eastern) side of Mount Diablo hosts a magnificent array of birds of prey: hawks, falcons, eagles. Help us document their variety and numbers in
Come to Arcadia to explore the natural world and celebrate spring during school vacation. Children ages 6-11 may sign up for one or all four days since activities will
Free Clam Pass Walks, thru April 30: Monday-Saturday 9:00 AM. Free guided walk - Boardwalk, Bay, and Beach. Learn importance of mangrove trees, some Florida history, and meet fascinating
Mini Exhibits: Forecasting Weather in the 18th Century, and Climate Change. "Ranger Minutes": Short videos about weather's effects during America's Revolution
Bring on the mud! It's time for spring break and that can only mean Mud Week at Baltimore Woods! Join us for a week of exploration and adventure in
DDM opens an hour early on Thursdays for budding scientists, ages 0-4 years (plus their favorite adult). At 9:30am, these young scientists will embark on an interactive journey with
Stroller Safaris. Bring your 18-36 month old to the Zoo with their favorite adult for their First Adventures with Nature (F.A.W.N.). It is never too early to
Some of the Denver Astronomical Society's brightest and most enthusiastic individuals lead Public Nights each Tuesday and Thursday at the University of Denver's Historic Chamberlin Observatory. Public Nights are
Signs of spring are everywhere: upon the ground and in the air. Migrant birds return to the skies, and ephemeral blossoms emerge for our eyes. Join a naturalist for
Meets every Tuesdays and Thursdays during the school year. September through June. Meeting place for hikes are on our Blog or contact us. If the schools