Join us on April 29th from 7pm to 8:30pm at Magnuson Park for the City Nature Challenge 2022! If you are interested in learning about the benefits of beavers, including identifying the many species they create habitat for, then please join us for this wetland nature walk.
Join us for an evening walk and explore how beavers benefit water quality and salmon recovery efforts. Plus, learn about other plants and wildlife found around Magnuson Park!
Our nature walks are typically in the evenings from 8pm to 9:30pm, the best time to see beavers in the summer, at Magnuson Park in Seattle, Washington. Check back in Spring 2022 for our updated walk schedule.
Walks are about 1.5 hours long and totally FREE!
We hope to see you out there!
*Masks will be required on all Nature Walks in accordance with Washington State guidelines. We are limiting the number of participants to further enhance the safety of all who attend.
Nature walks are funded in part by the King County Wastewater Treatment Division WaterWorks Program, and also held in partnership with Magnuson Children's Garden and Seattle Audubon Society.
Interested in going on a nature walk and seeing beavers? Use our guide to tour Magnuson Park for beavers and beaver activity anytime you want! You will have the best chance of seeing beavers at either dawn or dusk.
Take a look at this map and find the nearest beaver location to you. Use our beaver signs scavenger hunt to learn more about these critters!