Free City Walks around Seattle

Come walk with us. We are leading free fun and interesting urban nature walks in the greater Seattle area.

Our next walk is on July 9, 2017. We are busy designing it right now and will announce all of the fun details here soon! 

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Eleven signs of spring in the Pacific Northwest

Spring Azure Butterfly.© 2017 Curt Given/Given Photography  

  1. Earlier dawns
  2. Budding trees, despite the iffy weather
  3. Flocks of birds flying overhead
  4. Croaking frogs
  5. Appearance of butterflies and other insects
  6. Sun tracking higher in the sky
  7. Blooming wild daffodils
  8. Birds singing and displaying mating behavior
  9. Warmer sunshine
  10. Hummingbirds are back
  11. Baby plants poking their heads out of the ground

A Sweet Little Guide to Nature Me For You


A Simple Way to FEEL MORE JOY in your life

© Cary Given/Given Photography 2016



Journal Archive

Join us for our next Seattle City Walk through Discovery Park

To get all the details about our next urban nature walk on September 10, 2016, click the link below.

Discovery Park walk

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Reader Comments (4)

Dang! We will be in Spokane.

August 31, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterDiane Cruikshank

I am in !

August 31, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterCyndi

Diane...sounds like a cool road trip to me! Have fun and hope to see you another time. Tentatively planning our walk for October in Kubota Garden Park....beautiful Japanese-American gardens in south Seattle. I posted about it in the Puget Sound Urban Nature series to the left of this column.

Cyndi...See you in October...we are tentatively planning our walk for Kubota Garden Park in south Seattle. It's a beautiful Japanese-American garden. You can read about it in my post to the left of this column under the Puget Sound Urban Nature series.

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