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Salmon Habitat Activity
"Scavenger Hunt"
Learn about Salmon
in Newcastle's May Creek
October 12th, 2013

Meet at the Retention Pond Entrance to the May Creek Trail at 10:00 AM.

Activity and Hike along May Creek takes 2 to 3 hours.

Participants make their own Salmon Scavenger Hunt Bracelet!

The activity curriculum, created by Bill Malatinsky with Seattle Public Utilities, was adapted by Grace Stiller for the May Creek Trail.

Discover the new section of the May Creek Trail, recently opened in September 2013.

Volunteers are needed at 9:00 AM to help set up. Students earn Community Service Hours.

Parking is located on the May Valley Road, just north east of the Coal Creek Parkway Bridge.
Cross the roads at the crosswalks, and walk to the northwest side of the retention pond.

Parents or Responsible Adult must accompany children under 16 years of age.

Dress for the weather and wear sturdy walking shoes.

View May Creek Trail, Eastern Entrance at Retention Pond in a larger map

Here's the May Creek Trail with the Salmon Scavenger Hunt stations marked with the colored dots.
Happy hunting everyone!

September 21st, 2013
Kids in the Hazelwood Neighborhood Make Salmon Friendship Bracelets &
Learn about the the Pacific Northwest Salmon and Its Habitat

Each Brightly Colored Bead Represents a Unique Salmon Fact