Wildlife Festival, April 21

Wildlife Festival at Discovery Park, April 21, 1-5 pm

Join National Wildlife Federation, Seattle Park and Recreation, and more than 20 other groups for FREE kids activities, including wildlife games, marine mammal beach walks, bird watching, arts and crafts, Ranger Rick magazines, and more! Become a champion for urban wildlife on Earth Day 2018! 

Location and Transportation

Most groups will be located at the Discovery Park Environmental Learning Center (ELC) at the East Parking lot in Discovery Park (3801 Discovery Park Blvd, Seattle, WA 98199). A few groups will be on the beach. Public transportation is encouraged and a free shuttle bus will loop between the ELC, the North Parking lot and the beach. The North Parking lot will have the most parking spots available. 

Participating Groups

The following groups will feature FREE kid friendly activities and information: 

Discovery Park Community Alliance

Duwamish Alive


Friends of Discovery Park

Friends of Issaquah Salmon Hatchery

Heron Habitat Helpers

Just Frogs Toads Too! Foundation

Master of Environmental Studies Program at The Evergreen State College  

Mountains to Sound Greenway 

National Wildlife Federation

NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region

Otter Spotter


Project Dragonfly

Seattle Audubon

Seattle Parks, Discovery Park ELC

SHADOW Lake Bog Preserve

Sno-King Marine Mammal Response 

SR3 Sealife Response, Rehab and Research 

The Nature Conservancy

UW Botanic Gardens

Washington Water Trust

Whale Scouts

Woodland Park Zoo

Schedule of Activities

Schedule of Activities (pdf)