Mulching at Carnation Marsh
|When:||Saturday, March 25, 2017|
Carnation Marsh Natural Area
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The Carnation Marsh Natural Area is a 67-acre portion of the greater 190 acres that make up the entire Carnation Marsh wetland system along the Snoqualmie River. The marsh is home to a high diversity of bird, animal, and plant species and is an excellent location for birdwatching. Recent sightings include ospreys, belted kingfishers, bald eagles, and great blue herons. As it is located along the Snoqualmie River, Carnation Marsh also provides significant storage of floodwaters from the river and tributary streams.
Join us as we partner with King County Parks to spread mulch throughout restoration areas of this important wetland.