The National Wildlife Federation and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife are going virtual AND in person for the seventh annual Seattle Wildlife Week! Join us and our partners for this multi-day celebration with fun and educational ways to discover and appreciate the wildlife that call Puget Sound home!
We are celebrating Seattle Wildlife Week. Whether you appreciate wildlife in your backyard, city parks, or beyond, please visit our Garden for Wildlife, Habitat at Home, and Resources pages to learn ways you can support your wild neighbors and provide the habitat they need to thrive.
The National Wildlife Federation is one of the largest and most influential non-profit conservation, education and advocacy organizations in the U.S. We are building on a long legacy of bringing species such as bison, eagles and whales back from the brink of extinction while inspiring the next generation of conservationists. Learn more about what you can do for wildlife at our Garden for Wildlife website.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to preserving, protecting, and perpetuating the state’s fish, wildlife, and ecosystems while providing sustainable fish and wildlife recreational and commercial opportunities.
Wildlife in Washington face a wide range of threats, from disease and invasive species to declining habitat and climate change. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is dedicated to conserving and protecting the state's wildlife -- including endangered and other at-risk species -- from these threats. Learn about the work we're doing to protect Washington habitats and what to do if you encounter an orphaned or problematic animal.