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September 06, 2014
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September 07, 2014
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September 09, 2014
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September 09, 2014
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September 10, 2014
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Audubon BirdLoop at Marymoor Park

Audubon BirdLoop Map by Linda Feltner
 
Audubon BirdLoop Map by Linda Feltner

We invite you to see some of the more than 200 bird species that have been observed at Marymoor Park by walking the Audubon BirdLoop, which features the best birding opportunities in the park. More birds are seen at Marymoor every year as other habitat is degraded and Marymoor habitat is upgraded. We have pictures of the more common birds in our new kiosks, along with other wildlife and native plants seen along the BirdLoop.

Check out the brochure below to see how the BirdLoop winds through the grassy meadow, the mysterious thicket, the sheltering forest and the rich marsh, all part of the Marymoor Natural Area.

The BirdLoop then traverses the lush riparian area along the river corridor in the off-leash dog area, ending up at the river kiosk. A side loop circles through the conifer grove near the Clise Mansion and, finally, the passes near the community garden and snag row on the way back to the meadow kiosk. Come take a look!

Audubon BirdLoop brochures (developed as part of our $100,000 grant)
Print these out, take them with you on your bird walk, and save us printing costs


Volunteer: Habitat Restoration Work Parties at the Audubon BirdLoop

 

Audubon BirdLoop work party background - Stories and pictures of work we have done

Birding at Marymoor Park (Friends of Marymoor Park website) - weekly reports and pictures of birds seen throughout the park.

Marymoor Park (King County website)


How our Audubon BirdLoop at Marymoor chapter project got started

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The mission of Eastside Audubon is to protect, preserve and enhance natural ecosystems and our communities for the benefit of birds, other wildlife and people.