Seattle Audubon town hall on Neighborhood Flyways Symposium

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

The Seattle Audubon society is holding a free Seattle Town Hall meeting on April 6 from 2 to 7pm in the Great Hall, 1119 Eighth Ave (enter on Eighth Ave), Seattle 98101. Google Maps

Doors open at 1:30pm. Please pre-register for this free event. Snacks and refreshments.


According to recent reports, Seattle is falling short of its urban tree canopy levels. These trees provide vital resting and refueling stops for migratory birds.

Seattle Audubon developed a 4-year Neighborhood Flyways campaign to restore local and migratory bird habitats by connecting the tree canopy across Seattle.

The free symposium will include speakers from the Seattle Audubon Society, the City of Seattle, Seattle Public Utilities, the Nature Conservancy, Seattle Parks Foundation, and Urban Forest Carbon Registry.

Discussion topics range from urban forestry opportunities and challenges; Seattle’s density policies and tree ordinances; environmental justice and community engagement; restoring urban and natural habitats for birds, wildlife, and human communities; and more.

Event details here


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