Environmental Science Center’s ‘Bigfoot Birds’ Program Will Be June 23

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Burien’s Environmental Science Center (ESC) will be hosting a FREE program on birding in the Northwest on Saturday, June 23rd from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Wildlife photographer and active member of the Rainier Audubon Society, Dan Streiffert will be presenting a program on attracting and viewing native birds.

There will also be activities to engage younger guests while adults learn about ways to enhance their own backyard for wildlife viewing. A short bird walk at Seahurst Park will follow the program.

Space is limited, so please register by emailing your name and phone number to [email protected] or by calling 206-248-4266.

The program will be held at the Environmental Science Center at Seahurst Park.


  • To get to Seahurst Park, from Ambaum Blvd SW turn west on SW 144th Street, then right on 13th Ave SW.
  • Then just follow that road as it curves and becomes SW 140th Street and goes downhill to the shore.
  • There is some parking very near the end, if that is full there is additional parking part way up the hill.
  • The nearest parking is about 200 yards from the building.
  • There is a path and a gravel road that go north from the end of the parking lot along the shore.
  • Our new building is at the beach along the path just before the Marine Technology Center (building with blue roof).

For more information about the Environmental Science Center visit: www.envsciencecenter.org.

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