Wild Things return to Shoreline - WOWTA habitat tour planning

Friday, February 18, 2011


Shoreline’s WOWTA Backyard Habitat Tour is Saturday July 9, 2011.

Every Fall, we Washingtonians “Do the Puyallup,” but in Shoreline we now dedicate a day in July to “Do the WOWTA.”

"It’ll be here quicker than you think, so please take a moment right now to add Saturday, July 9, to your 2011 summer schedule. That’s the date of our second annual “Where Our Wild Things Are” Backyard Habitat Tour, The WOWTA.”

WOWTA is a cooperative venture. Funded by an environmental mini-grant from The City of Shoreline, and run entirely by a volunteer team of local NWF Wildlife Habitat Stewards known as “Wild Things".

Each year, one or two Shoreline neighborhoods are selected for the tour.  Last year, the Echo Lake and the Hillwood Neighborhoods were highlighted.  This allows the tour to celebrate each neighborhood’s accomplishments in the area of habitat creation and makes it easy for Shoreline residents to get to all the gardens.

Team members agree that participating on the WOWTA Team is as much fun as attending the tour.

"If you enjoy learning about our local wild birds, bees and native plants, the WOWTA Backyard Habitat Tour is an educational and fun way to show your support for Shoreline’s wildlife habitat. If you’re eager to learn even more about wildlife, we encourage you to join our team and become a 'Wild Thing.'"'

WOWTA Manager Afia Menke says "Stay tuned for more information and make sure to join us for Shoreline’s WOWTA Backyard Habitat Tour on Saturday July 9, 2011. Let’s do the WOWTA, one backyard at a time."


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