Category Archives: Wildlife Habitat

Knickerbocker Floodplain Construction Friday

Residents around the Knickerbocker site of Thornton Creek (the intersection of 20th Ave NE and NE 100th Street) received a notice late today from Seattle Public Utilities, There will a construction crew working at the Knickerbocker site tomorrow, June 22, … Continue reading

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Meadowbrook Pond Project Meeting June 16th

The Thornton Creek Alliance reports: Meadowbrook Pond will be undergoing big changes very soon! Join Seattle Public Utilities for a Question & Answer Drop-In Session this Saturday, June 16th, 10am – Noon, near the 36th Ave NE Entrance (at NE … Continue reading

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Reminder: Thornton Creek Cleanup Party This Sunday

Rick reminds us, We are meeting this Sunday at 10AM. Join us as we do some climbing up and clearing around invasive trees. This is the last work party before the Washington Conservation Corps comes in for herbicide treatment in … Continue reading

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Thorton Creek Restoration Work Party This Sunday

Rick reports, We are meeting this Sunday for some restoration work and possible re-vegetation in KingFisher Natural Area*. we are now meeting every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month. Please join if you can, and sign up on the … Continue reading

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Kingfisher Clean Up

On a beautiful Sunday morning in May, half a dozen or so Victory Heights residents hiked into the Kingfisher Natural Area (better known to most people as the Thornton Creek green belt) just south of 17th Ave NE to pull … Continue reading

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Thornton Creek Work Parties Begin This Sunday

Green Seattle Partnerships announced work parties, Walking Under the Owls, on Thornton Creek (or its new designation, Kingfisher Natural Area) starting this Sunday, May 6th at 10 AM. Activities, which are open to all ages, include removing invasive species in … Continue reading

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