If you are interested in learning about beavers, then please join us for our wetland nature walk! This is a great opportunity to see the impacts that beavers have on ecosystems, observe the plants and wildlife that thrive in beaver-modified systems, and discuss beaver coexistence in human-modified areas.
The King County Flood Control District brings a comprehensive approach to flood management. Thanks to their support, our walks focus on the connections of wetland ecology and beavers with water quality and storage, salmon habitat, and recovery efforts.
Nature walks at Magnuson Park are held in partnership with the Magnuson Children's Garden and their education team.
Beavers Northwest is partnering with Seattle Parks & Recreation for nature walks at Carkeek Park.
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!