What is the North Creek Forest?

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

In November 2016 the City of Bothell finished its purchase of the final 22 acres to complete the North Creek Forest. This 64-acre mature site includes 7 streams and 9 wetlands. It is one of the last coniferous forests in the Bothell area. Five fish species—chum, coho, sockeye, chinook and steelhead—spawn in North Creek. And the Forest is home to a wide range of wildlife including black-tailed deer, mountain beaver, several specials of owl, hawks and pacific tree frogs.

On April 12 at 10:15 a.m. enjoy a presentation (free and open to all) at the Northshore Senior Center is located 10201 E. Riverside Drive in Bothell. For more information, call 425-487-2441.

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