Urban habitat sustains wildlife populations and creates healthy landscapes for people to enjoy nature. That’s why Seattle Audubon Society is promoting the Neighborhood Tree Mapping Project: birds and other wildlife need trees, and people do, too! To help ensure a healthy urban forest, Seattle Audubon is working with the City of Seattle and is mobilizing volunteers to inventory and promote trees in our neighborhood.
Alison Pollack, an Americorps Conservation Outreach Assistant, is coordinating the tree mapping project. She will conduct tree mapping training sessions on Wednesdays and Saturdays (your choice) at the Seattle Audubon Nature Shop, 8050 35th Ave NE. Please RSVP to Alison at firstname.lastname@example.org Sessions will be held on Wednesdays April 24, May 1, 15, 29; and Saturdays April 27, May 11. Check the schedule and read more about the tree inventory.